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Afghanistan War / US Troops / IEDs #944684

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 02, 2009
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(Studio: David Muir) The latest US casualties in Afghanistan reported.

(Zabul province, Afghanistan: Nick Schifrin) The use of roadside bombs {IEDs} in Afghanistan that are dangerous to troops & civilians featured; scenes shown of Bravo Co. driving near bombs; details given of the issue of preventing Taliban access to the population. [Zabul province officer Maj. Greg CANNATA†- comments.] [US forces Afghanistan commander Gen. Stanley McCHRYSTAL†- says we don't want to harm Afghans.] [In Afghanistan, US Army Europe commander Gen. Carter HAM†- addresses the troops.]

Muir, David;
Schifrin, Nick

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