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Iraq War / Security #860742

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 07, 2007
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(Baghdad: Brian Williams) The day’s violence in Iraq reviewed; findings of the latest NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll on the war cited.

(Baghdad: Richard Engel) The need for support from the Iraqi people to hunt down insurgents in Baghdad featured; scenes shown of an IED attack that may have killed 3 US soldiers and the 15 Cavalry searching for the source of an explosion and handing out candy to children.

(Baghdad: Brian Williams) A visit to a Baghdad joint security station {JSS}, where Americans and Iraqis live in one building and patrol together, featured; scenes shown from a helicopter flying low to avoid small arms fire and from the dangerous Karada†† neighborhood. [Brig. Gen. John CAMPBELL††- says this fight is going to take time; says we have victories every day in Baghdad.]

Williams, Brian;
Engel, Richard

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