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Iraq / Nuclear Weapons / United Nations Report #133005

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 05, 1991
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(State Department: John McWethy) United Nations report on Iraq's refusal to come clean on its nuclear weapons program examined; role of scientist Jaafar Dhia Jaafar in leading Iraq's postwar nuclear development noted; scenes shown of United Nations inspection team. [UN inspector Robert GALLUCCI - cites Iraqi lies.] [UN special commission chief Rolf EKEUS - comments.] Report said making it unlikely that Iraq will be allowed to sell oil without restrictions. Reasons for United Nations inspection team's efforts to locate records of Iraqi scientists outlined.

Donaldson, Sam;
McWethy, John

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