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Iraq War / Casualties Milestone / Discussion #895214

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Mar 23, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The deaths of 4 more US soldiers in Baghdad, bringing the US death toll in Iraq to the milestone of 4,000, reported. Live in-studio discussion held with “Atlanta Daily World” publisher/CEO Alexis Scott, radio host Martha Zoller† and “Pink” magazine founder Cynthia Good† about the casualty count. [SCOTT, ZOLLER, GOOD – offer views.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez; Baghdad: Michael Ware) The significance of the milestone of 4,000 American deaths, the estimates on Iraqi deaths and displacements, the toll on Iraq and the influence of Iran discussed. [ZOLLER – notes the success of the provincial governments.]

Sanchez, Rick;
Ware, Michael

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