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US-Iraq Relations / United Nations Resolutions, Air Strike #346897

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 15, 1993
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) Plans for another United States air strike over Iraq in response to Iraq's refusal to allow United Nations planes to enter its air space featured. [President BUSH - says the coalition partners demand compliance with the United Nations resolutions.] [Iraqi UN ambassador Nizar HAMDOON - responds.] United States planes noted continuing to patrol areas in Iraq in the wake of Wednesday's air strike. [UN spokesman Tim TREVAN - responds to Iraq's position.] The personal nature of the campaign between Bush and Iraqi President Saddam Hussein mentioned.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Kuwait: Tom Fenton) Arrival of United States troops at Kuwait's border to deter the Iraqis featured; scenes shown; map shown of the location of Iraqi police posts on the wrong side of the UN- determined border. [UN spokesman Abdel Latif KABBAJ - comments.] [Kuwaiti minister of information Saud Nasir al-SABAH - comments on Iraq's actions.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Iraqi allegation that it chased away a US plane during the air raid reported.

(Baghdad: Bob Simon) Iraq's position on the US, its allies and the United Nations outlined. The belief in Baghdad that Bush created the crisis to pass on to President-elect Bill Clinton noted.

Reporter(s):
Fenton, Tom;
Martin, David;
Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob
Duration:
00:06:40

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