Description: NEWSFEED: 6/24/04 CAR BOMB IN IRAQ, GRAPHIC FOOTAGE, VICTIMS IN HOSPITALS, PROTESTERS, NORTH KOREA, GW BUSH, IRAQI NEWS REPORT; DX EXT car drives on Iraqi street, Iraqis place dead bodies in pick-up truck, blood on street; INT Iraqi hospital, head of Dept of State; INT Korean man gives briefing, asian woman speaks, DX EXT protesters hold up signs against elite politics; DX EXT White House, INT Nancy Pelosi speaks about Abu Gharib; DX EXT Saddam inspected by doctors (in captivity); INT T/H South Korean hostage; INT President Bush addresses crowd discussing Vietnam; DX EXT huge water fight along asian street, locals throw water everywhere, squirt pet lizard w/hose; Iraqi TV news report, iraqi graphics over screen, terrorist demand death of Iraqi Prime Minister; DX EXT Iraqis gather around bombed out car, graphic footage of charred bodies and blood on street; DX EXT police cars gather around hotel after bomb exploded, press argue w/cops (in Turkish); DX EXT shots of sky and telephone wires w/sound of gunfire heard in bg, blood covers seat of police car and street; INT var shots of bloody but breathing bomb victims in hospital; DX EXT ambulances and police cars in West Bank, soldier sets up barricade; DX EXT US soldiers briefed in Iraqi base, nice shot of black hawk helicopters, soldier in black hawk, soldiers march; DX EXT T/H British politician discusses Iraq; DX EXT black smoke from bombed out jeep, injured soldier; DX EXT cameras and soldiers wait outside bldg where discussions regarding N. Korea are taking place; INT N. Korean politician gives speech, hands at keyboard typing Asian text; INT T/H head of Dept of State give speech discussing US relations w/North Korea; INT Saddam in captivity; INT Nancy Pelosi discusses Abu Gharib, President Bush gives crappy salute as he deboards plane;
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