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Iraq / Invasion of Kuwait / Butler Interview #194252

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 05, 2000
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The United States bombing campaign against Iraq on the tenth anniversary of Iraq's invasion of Kuwait featured; details given of Iraq's expulsion of United Nations weapons inspectors.

(No location given: Morton Dean) Interview held with former chief weapons inspector "The Greatest Threat" author Richard Butler about Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. [BUTLER - says Saddam is back in the business of making long-range missiles and has restored the chemical and biological weapons factories; suggests Saddam could have been disarmed during the Persian Gulf war; predicts that if sanctions are removed, the money will go to Saddam's military spending; fears that Iraq nuclear materials might wind up in terrorists' hands.]

Dean, Morton;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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