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Iraq War / Captured Iranians / Bush Strategy #916185

FNC Evening News for Monday, Dec 25, 2006
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(Studio: Gregg Jarrett) Report introduced.

(Washington: Greg Kelly) The capture of 4 Iranians suspected of plotting terrorist attacks inside Iraq in raids last week in Baghdad featured; statement from White House spokesman Alex Conant† quoted on screen; details given on the role of Iraqi Shiite Abdul Aziz Hakim, who met with President Bush at the White House weeks ago, the latest deadly attacks in Baghdad, and the British troops’ raid on a Basrah police station.

(Studio: Gregg Jarrett) Bush’s Christmas message to US troops mentioned.

(White House: Bret Baier) Bush’s plans to hold a National Security Council meeting in Crawford, Texas, to discuss a new strategy in Iraq, and his holiday plans reviewed; scenes of Bush boarding an helicopter and picture of him meeting with Secretary of Defense Robert Gates shown. [In radio address, BUSH- says the nation’s support for its troops will not change.]

Reporter(s):
Jarrett, Gregg;
Kelly, Greg;
Baier, Bret
Duration:
00:04:10

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