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Terrorism / Saudi Arabia / Iraq War / Petraeus Interview #858676

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 27, 2007
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(Chicago: Katie Couric) Reports introduced.

(London: Richard Roth) The announcement by Saudi Arabia that it has captured 172 militants planning attacks on military posts, prisons, public officials and oil fields; scenes shown from Saudi TV from the desert of an arsenal of explosives and weaponry and sacks of cash; cell phone video shown of an attack last year at an oil installation; details given about the threat from Al Qaeda in Saudi Arabia. [Alaron Trading oil analyst Phil FLYNN†- talks oil prices.]

(Pentagon: David Martin) The uncertain future in Iraq examined. [In interview, multinational forces-Iraq commander Gen. David PETRAEUS - says we are making progress toward winning; comments on the number of US combat deaths that happen when you go after the enemy; states we have what the Army has and the Army is "very stretched."]

Reporter(s):
Couric, Katie;
Roth, Richard;
Martin, David
Duration:
00:04:10

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