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Iraq War / Troops / Violence / Rumsfeld #914417

FNC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 14, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The recommendations by US Army Gen. Peter Schoomaker†† for more troops and reserves in Iraq, and Senator John McCain’s call for more brigades cited.

(Washington: Malini Bawa) The latest violence in Iraq reviewed; details given on the mass kidnapping by uniformed insurgents in a Baghdad market and the death of explosives experts while dismantling a car bomb in Sadr City; scenes shown of the market and exploded cars. [In Iraq, McCAIN†- says more troops will be useful.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Outgoing-Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld†’s comments about his biggest regret presented. [RUMSFELD†- agrees that he hoped the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan would end more rapidly.]

Smith, Shepard;
Bawa, Malini

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