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Iraq War / Casualties, Baghdad / Iraqi Army / Kurds #850142

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 21, 2007
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(Iraq: Dan Harris) The crash of a US military helicopter in Iraq noted; scenes shown from the site of a car bombing in Baghdad.

(Iraq: Dan Harris) The decision by the Iraqi army to send Kurdish soldiers into Baghdad featured; scenes shown of the soldiers on the move; details given of their fear they will get stuck in a civil war between Sunnis & Shiites that led to many deserting. [Army Lt. Col. Dennis CHAPMAN†- says "these folks" are uncomfortable coming down here; notes to Kurds the flag is evil.] [Sgt. David DUNCKEL†- hopes the Kurds will act as mediators.] [Brookings Inst. Michael O'HANLON†- worries about the Kurdish gamble.]

Harris, Dan

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