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Iraq War / Al Qaeda / A Discussion #875481

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 15, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Statistics on "the endgame" in the war in Iraq cited.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baghdad: Jim Clancy) The "Washington Post" report on the declining power of Al Qaeda in Iraq, the view of multinational forces-Iraq commander Gen. David Petraeus on Al Qaeda, the intelligence documents that were acquired in early September about Al Qaeda operatives in Iraq and elsewhere discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Peter Bergen) The question of whether Al Qaeda in Iraq has been crippled, the problem with a declaration of victory despite the drop in suicide attacks, the windfall of intelligence documents, the role of Al Qaeda in Iraq discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Clancy, Jim;
Bergen, Peter

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