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U.N. / Obama and Ahmadinejad #981252

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 24, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Studio: Chip Reid) President Obama’s response to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who suggested in a speech at the U.N. that the US government orchestrated the 9/11 attacks, featured; details given about Ahmadinejad’s meeting with Sarah Shourd††, the American hiker recently freed from Iran, and his indication that he is ready to restart talk on Iran’s nuclear program. [From BBC Persian TV, OBAMA - says it was offensive and hateful; recalls the response of the Iranian people.] [SHOURD – speaks of her fiancé and friend, who are still jailed in Iran.] [National security analyst Juan ZARATE†- says we need to make sure the actions of Tehran match the words.]

Couric, Katie;
Reid, Chip

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