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Iraq / United Nations Inspections / Hussein / Bush #340424

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 23, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(UN: Susan Spencer) President Bush's speech before the United Nations featured; scenes shown; details given. [BUSH - says Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's government refuses to permit unconditional helicopter inspections and refuses to let United Nations inspectors leave premises.] UN inspectors reported finding blueprints documenting Iraq's clandestine nuclear program and not being allowed to leave building with the plans. UN Security Council's closed-door meeting to discuss it's next step mentioned. Bush's urge for repeal of United Nations resolution equating Zionism with racism mentioned. [BUSH - says to equate Zionism with racism is to reject Israel itself.] Britain, France and United States plan to set 48-hour deadline for Hussein to comply noted.

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan
Duration:
00:03:00

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