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Iraq / Nuclear Site #338959

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 28, 1991
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) Charges by President Bush that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is violating the cease-fire agreement by keeping United Nations inspectors from seeing nuclear sites featured; today's incident detailed. [Aboard Air Force One, BUSH - criticizes Hussein.] [State Department spokeswoman Margaret TUTWILER - describes Iraqi threats against United Nations inspection team.] [Deputy United States ambassador to UN Alexander WATSON, Iraqi ambassador Abdul Amir al-ANBARI - comment on the crisis.] Status of Iraq's atomic weaponry development discussed.

Kuralt, Charles;
Martin, David

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