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Afghanistan War / Marine's Death #994668

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 31, 2011
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(Studio: Harry Smith) The return home of the body of Marine L/Cpl. Peter Clore†, who was killed in the war in Afghanistan, reported.

(Pentagon: David Martin) The increased tensions between the US and Afghanistan after the death of Afghan children in an air strike featured; scenes shown from Helmand province where a US military official claimed the Taliban used civilians as human shields. [Afghanistan's President Hamid KARZAI - says we cannot tolerate these attacks.] A statement to the troops from International Security Assistance Force commander Gen. David Petraeus noted.

Smith, Harry;
Martin, David

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