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(Studio: Dan Rather) Iraq reported announcing release of all Soviet citizens; last week's warning from Kremlin recalled. Report introduced.
(Baghdad: Allen Pizzey) Iraqi health minister reported charging that children have died because of embargo while Western officials dismiss charges as propaganda; question of whether food and medicine shortages are real examined; scenes shown from hospitals. [Pediatrician Dr. Rafah SALAM, Iraqi Red Crescent Society secretary general Dr. Farouk al- AROUSI - comment.] Trading of Italian and Belgian hostages for medicine noted. [Fellowship of Reconciliation Scott KENNEDY - comments on US aid.]
- Pizzey, Allen;
- Rather, Dan
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