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Iraq-US Relations / United Nations Weapons Inspections #177036

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 15, 1998
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(White House: Karla Davis) The United States stare-down with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein over United Nations weapons inspections updated. [President CLINTON - says Iraq has backed down.] [Iraqi ambassador to United Nations Nizar HAMDOON - says the resumption of relations with the United Nations is unconditional.] [British Prime Minister Tony BLAIR - says we remain ready to strike.] The extent of the US military buildup in the Persian Gulf noted. [Senator John McCAIN - comments on the administration's position.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Morton Dean) Iraq's presentation to the people of its about face in dealing with United Nations weapons inspections reviewed; scenes shown of the celebration of Baghdad Day.

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Kuwait City: Richard Gizbert) The mixed reaction from Iraq's neighbors to the crisis examined; details given of the response in Egypt, Jordan and Kuwait. [KUWAITI - comments on Saddam.]

Davis, Karla;
Dean, Morton;
Gizbert, Richard;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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