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Afghanistan War / In Their Own Words #949964

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 07, 2009
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The view of the war in Afghanistan from CBS News presented; scenes & photos shown from Afghanistan. [Reporter Byron PITTS - speaks about his travels in Afghanistan, meeting with a warlord.] [Reporter Lara LOGAN - recounts a bombing they encountered.] [Reporter Scott PELLEY, producer Henry SCHUSTER - talk about their experience in the war of a roll call of dead Marines.] [Producer Tom ANDERSON - recalls IED bombings on the road.] [Voice of CBS News radio Cami McCORMICK†- cites the dangers there.] [David MARTIN, producer Mary WALLACE - recall going to a village with soldiers bringing book bags to the children.]
Couric, Katie

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