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US-Iraq Relations #345518

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 23, 1992
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Jim Stewart) The growing crisis in Iraq that has developed out of Iraqi restrictions on United Nations weapons inspections featured. [British ambassador to United Nations Sir David HANNAY - comments.] [Iraqi foreign minister Tariq AZIZ and Iraqi ambassador Abdul Amir al-ANBARI - (with transcription on screen) outline the Iraqi viewpoint.] Statement from presidential candidate Governor Bill Clinton quoted. Positioning of US naval forces for a possible strike against Iraq reviewed; map shown. Secretary of State James Baker said returning to confer with President Bush about possible military action noted.

Stewart, Jim;
Zahn, Paula

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