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Iraq-US Relations / United Nations / Hussein #343262

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 11, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) United States officials' belief that Iraq is still hiding Scud missiles and warheads filled with nerve gas and United Nations Security Council's response to Iraqi deputy prime minister Tariq Aziz's request that the United Nations ease sanctions reported; scenes shown from the UN. Report introduced.

(Karbala: Allen Pizzey) Fear preventing Iraqis from overthrowing President Saddam Hussein featured; scenes shown of destruction in Karbala, Iraq, wrought by Hussein's forces against rebellious Shiite Muslims. High wages paid to Iraqi military personnel noted; scenes shown of Hussein on Iraqi TV. [Carnegie Endowment Geoffrey KEMP - describes possible scenario for Hussein.]

Pizzey, Allen;
Rather, Dan

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