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Iraq War / Attacks / US Protests #855061

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 17, 2007
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(Studio: JuJu Chang) The fourth anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq noted.

(Baghdad: Terry McCarthy) Truck bomb suicide attacks by insurgents using chlorine gas featured; scenes shown from the sites of attacks. [Bioweapons expert Jerry HAUER†- assesses the psychological impact of the gas bombs.]

(Studio: JuJu Chang) The US casualties in Iraq this month noted.

(Washington: Sonya Crawford) The anti-war protests in Washington, DC, featured; scenes shown of the demonstration and of the 1967 march against the Vietnam War and of smaller protests in the US and overseas. [Iraq war veterans Nathan LEWIS†, Mike PRYSNER†, anti-war protesters Cindy SHEEHAN†, Mary DATWYLER†- criticize the war.] [Gold Star mom Jan JOHNSON†- defends the soldiers.]

(Studio: JuJu Chang) ABC's week-long series "Iraq: Where Things Stand" four year after the start of the war previewed.

Reporter(s):
Chang, JuJu;
McCarthy, Terry;
Crawford, Sonya
Duration:
00:04:50

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