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Iraq War / Amenah #892764

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 28, 2008
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(Washington: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Nashville: Martin Savidge) The story of 2-year-old Amenah, who was found by US Marines in Iraq and brought to the US for treatment for a heart defect, presented; scenes shown of her at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. [23rd Marine Regiment Maj. Kevin JARRARD†- says it seemed like the right thing to do.] [Vanderbilt Hospital pediatric cardiologist Dr. Karla CHRISTIAN†- says her heart is on the wrong side of the chest.] [Vanderbilt pediatric cardiologist Dr. Tom DOYLE†- comments on Amenah's mother.] [US Iraqi Ambassador Samir SUMAIDAIE†- says the best way to fight terrorism is to be on the side of the people.]

Williams, Brian;
Savidge, Martin

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