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Iraq / United Nations Inspectors / Nuclear Weapons #137119

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 26, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(UN: John McWethy) Stalemate between Iraq and United Nations inspection team holding documents on Iraq's nuclear weapons program featured; details given of compromise agreement about those documents. [US ambassador Thomas PICKERING, United Nations Security Council president Jean-Bernard MERIMEE - comment.] [In telephone interview, United Nations inspection team's David KAY - comments.] Iraqi President Saddam Hussein noted dragging his feet as UN tries to strip his arsenal.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(In the Persian Gulf: Bill Redeker) Another United Nations inspection mission to destroy Iraq's weapons featured; scenes shown of supergun cannon. [Team leader Doug ENGLUND - talks about the gun.] [UN operations chief Alistair LIVINGSTON - comments.] Contingency plans for American forces noted.

Jennings, Peter;
McWethy, John;
Redeker, Bill

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