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Iraq / Nuclear Weapons #341420

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 23, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Stewart) Exclusive report on evidence that Iraq's nuclear programs may not have been destroyed during the Persian Gulf war featured; scenes shown of an enhanced satellite photograph that indicates a building that could house a nuclear reprocessing plant in Dibs, Iraq. [In September, International Atomic Energy Agency inspector Arizio ZEFFARERO - says there is no nuclear activity in Iraq.] [Former weapons inspector David KAY - expresses concern about Zeffarero's statements.] [During the war, US commander General H. Norman SCHWARZKOPF - comments.] [Wisconsin Project director Gary MILHOLLIN - says there is a cascade capable of enriching uranium in Iraq.] [Center for Strategic and International Studies physicist Peter ZIMMERMAN - says Iraqi President Saddam Hussein could develop a fission weapon.] [Nuclear weapons specialist Bill ARKIN - defends the United Nations commission.] Zeffarero's long relations with Iraq noted.

Rather, Dan;
Stewart, Jim

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