Description: NEWSFEED: 3/28/03, US ARMY SOLDIERS IRAQ WAR, BAGHDAD BOMBING AFTERMATH, TRAINING LOTS ALJAZEERA TV WITH BUGS, BUG FREE TOWARDS END ; US army soldiers in desert w/helmets at base var, soldiers board plane, Aljazeera news coverage smoke over city bug visible ; P-R across smoke and city, Z-O WS FG palm tree BG buildings, P-L smoke over city, bug present ; VAR P-R P-L across WS Baghdad covered in smoke Aljazeera TV ; WS AbuDhabi TV Arab city Iraq on fire NX, Arab news, Aljazeera city lights seen through smoke, bug present ; Z-I lights of Arab city through smoke, Talking head journalist ducks for cover NX, WS building NX small fire at bottom, bug present ; Explosion on building, plume of smoke rises, Aljazeera present, Z-O smoke disappears ; Abudhabi Bombing aftermath in Arabic mall Abudhabi logo always present, Arab men in front of bombed out building ; Following Arab men to fallen ceiling Abu Dhabi TV, structural damage in building, arabs examine damage ; Bombing disaster relief action arabic, Arab fire trucks ambulance police firefighters in Iraq, var shrapnel bombed Iraq war ; ABU DHABI TV pan of Baghdad, BUG FREE! INT mall bombing aftermath, Bombing around camera looking out on Baghdad ; American soldier BG fireball sunset pretty, track heuy helicopter over troops in Iraq, Soldiers play cards quick, T/H soldiers ;General addresses troops in desert, military action fighting in desert Iraq, Aljazeera TV Bugs downed U.S. Apache helicopter ; T/H American military press conference, American military training technical fighting spy, battleship in water, Iraqis on road ; T/H journalist BG Iraq ; Repeat footage ; NX WS Baghdad downtown AbuDhabi TV bug present, T/H journalist ; repeat bugless footage from line 12-14 ; Abu Dhabi TV smoking building in Iraq bug present ; T/H News Iraqi TV bug, Abu Dhabi TV Baghdad on fire NX, 28 April Shopping Center. Saddam's birthday. i saw that on tv ;
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