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Iraq War / ABC Reporters' Death #860851

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 18, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The death in Iraq of two ABC Iraqi employees, Alla Uldeen Aziz and Saif Laith Yousuf†, who were executed on their way home from work, introduced.

(Baghdad: Terry McCarthy) These casualties of war featured; photos and video shown of the Iraqi journalists Aziz and Yousuf and their work. [AZIZ - talks about the job.] The death toll of journalists in Iraq reviewed.

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Terry McCarthy) A report by Aziz and Yousuf on the treatment of the wounded Iraqis presented; scenes shown to illustrate the problems for Iraqi casualties who receive local, rather than US, treatment; details given of the lack of trauma specialists. [Iraqi prosthetic program Lt. Col. Bassim al-KWANCHI†- comments.]

Gibson, Charles;
McCarthy, Terry

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