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Washington Notebook (US-Iran Relations) #325492

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 11, 1989
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) What is happening behind the scenes with regard to US-Iran relations featured. [Iran expert Gary SICK - discusses aspects of this rel.] Shifting political situations in both United States and Iran explained. [In inaugural, President BUSH - makes statement about Iran and American hostages in Lebanon.] [Representative Dante FASCELL - says Iran must show it is willing to change.] Hostage crisis in Iran 10 years ago recalled; scenes shown. [Former hostage Bruce LAINGEN - comments on Iran-US rel.] Agenda between United States and Iran reviewed. [Iran expert Shireen HUNTER - discusses Iranian policies.] Persian Gulf situation reviewed. [SICK - comments.] Iran/Contra case reviewed; ongoing trial of Oliver North cited. [FASCELL - comments on rel.]

Schieffer, Bob

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