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Iraq / Weapons / United Nations Sanctions #343674

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 08, 1992
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) Iraq reported slated to go before the UN Security Council on charges that it is breaking promises to destroy its Persian Gulf war weapons.

(Samarra: Allen Pizzey) Impact of United Nations sanctions on Iraq featured; scenes shown from Samarra, Iraq. [Medical plant manager Jirjis SHABA - talks about shortage of materials.] International Atomic Energy Agency tape of factory that United Nations claims is used for weapons testing shown. Warnings from Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to his people about the economy noted.

Reporter(s):
Magnus, Edie;
Pizzey, Allen
Duration:
00:02:10

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