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Afghanistan War: Following the Thundering Third #977236

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 30, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) A street riot in Kabul, Afghanistan triggered by a traffic accident involving US contractors reported; scenes shown; US casualties from the war in July cited.

(San Clemente, California: Terry McCarthy) The waiting and worrying by the wives of deployed troops featured; photos shown of Marine Sgt. Kenneth May and Cpl. Jeffrey Johnson††, who were killed in Garmsir. [May’s widow Krystal MAY††- talks about losing her husband.] [Wife of Sgt. Jim Morse Nicole MORSE†- expresses anxiety.] [In video from Afghanistan, Sgt. Jim MORSE†- agrees deployment is harder on the spouse than on the Marine.]

Couric, Katie;
McCarthy, Terry

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