Description: NEWSFEED 10/8-9/04, DICK GEPHART, IRAQ, BUS CRASH, AFGHANI ELECTIONS, AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS, MARTHA STEWART T-SHIRTS;DICK GEPHART: makes comments about election debate, button-cute 10 year old girl gives Bush a failing 'report card'; IRAQ: shaky footage moving through rubble after bombing, body loaded onto gurney, NX blood on stone steps;IRAQ: NX medics help injured man;HOUSE EXPLOSION: t/h redneck recalls his house blowing up, var shots of damage, t/h fireman; SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT: heavy damage to school bus sitting on it's side, stop sign mangled, other cus of damage;FT. BRAGG: soldiers try and get folks to enlist 'Hi Ladies, interested in going to Iraq?';NASA: Inspector for NASA exits courthouse and won't speak to press, t/h his lawyer;SCHOOL SECURITY: T/H principal talks about need for tighter law enforcement in school;MINNESOTA TWINS: fans buy tickets for upcoming playoff series, overeager fans;MARTHA STEWART: 2 housefraus pack their Martha-themed t-shirts in their car;AFGHANISTAN: some decent shots of men conversing, kid on horse cart, first voters walk in to room and register; GAZA ATTACK: ambulances, a bunch of screaming women and children, chopper passes by, NX ambulance arrives, medics take out dead; GAZA ATTACK: man on ground crying, men scream and kiss dead victim; AFGHANISTAN: t/h locals talk about opportunity to vote, Ahmed Karzai casts his vote, women in burkas vote; AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS: voting booth, bridge in Sydney, John Howard goes for a jog, casts his vote, his opponent casts vote;AUSTRALIA: forest fire at night; KANDAHAR: workers and inspectors talk part in elections;IRAQ: rubble from bomb, Iraqi man screams at camera;BUS CRASH: aerial around bus broken in two near highway, worker approaches rubble, policeman gets in car; MORE BUS CRASH: huge purple tow truck appears, raw newsfeed of reporter doing story about bus crash;
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