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A Closer Look (Iraq: 5 Years Later: Where Things Stand: Three Iraqis (Part V) #888223

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 19, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Findings from an ABC poll of Iraqis about the US invasion cited.

(Baghdad: Terry McCarthy) The stories of three Iraqis, a general, a teach and a doctor, whose lives have been changed by war presented; scenes shown from the Baghdad emergency room. [Baghdad hospital surgeon Dr. Jamal TAHA‡ {with translation on screen} - gives his view on seeing his people injured.] [Basra University English teacher Juliana DAOUD‡- {with translation on screen} - says we hoped for a better time, but we see the graffiti on the wall.] [In exile in Jordan, Gen. Raad al-HAMDANI‡- {thru reporter's translation} says he would be killed in Iraq.]

Gibson, Charles;
McCarthy, Terry

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