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Iraq War / Baghdad Bombing #850918

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 04, 2007
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Jane Arraf) The aftermath of yesterday's massive truck bombing in a Shiite marketplace in Baghdad, Iraq, featured; scenes shown of coffins, funeral processions, the bombed-out area & an insurgent video of a helicopter being shot near Taji; details given about the security plans. [Two IRAQIS - {thru translator} comment on the situation.] [Military spokesman Maj. Gen. William CALDWELL†- says we are making adjustments.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) The war politics over President Bush's plan to put more troops in Iraq introduced.

(White House: John Yang) The debate over a non-binding Senator resolution opposing the president's troop buildup featured; scenes shown of Bush leaving church; details given about the funding issue & of what Bush wants for the war budget for 2007 & 2008. [Senator John McCAIN; on Fox, Senator Lindsey GRAHAM; on "Meet the Press," former Senator John EDWARDS; Senator Chuck HAGEL - offer views on the resolution & the war.] [American University professor James THURBER†- offers an assessment.] Senate talks on debating & voting on the resolution noted.

Brown, Campbell;
Arraf, Jane;
Yang, John

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