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Sunday Cover (Iraq: Saddam Hussein In Power) #368111

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 25, 1996
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(Studio: John Roberts) The story of how Iraqi President Saddam Hussein lost the Persian Gulf war, but remains in power, presented; scenes shown from Iraq. [Middle East expert Fouad AJAMI - says the outcome is amazing.] [Haifa University Amatzia BARAM - states there is no opposition left.] [Saddam biographer Simon HENDERSON, AJAMI - talk about heir apparent, Saddam's son Uday.] The defection last year of Hussein Kamel, who returned to Iraq last week and was soon killed, recalled. The status of the UN sanctions against Iraq updated.

Reporter(s):
Roberts, John
Duration:
00:03:20

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