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Washington Notebook (Aid To Pakistan) #330309

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 06, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Annual hurdle to giving foreign aid to Pakistan examined; details given of issue of Pakistan and nuclear weapons. [Senator John GLENN - says we are back to our "annual duplicity."] [On June 6, 1989, Pakistani leader Benazir BHUTTO - says we will not provoke a nuclear arms race.] [Representative Stephen SOLARZ - says Pakistan has continued to try to obtain nuclear weapons.] [Carnegie Endowment Leonard SPECTOR - comments.] Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's building of a weapons arsenal in Iraq mentioned. Issue of spread of weapons in developing countries noted. [GLENN - says cut off the aid if there are nuclear weapons.] Congress noted not yet approving President Bush's request for aid to Pakistan.

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Schieffer, Bob
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00:03:00

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