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Iraq / Kurds / United States Policy #409875

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 01, 1996
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Jamie McIntyre) United States military preparations address an Iraqi offensive against the Kurds in the north reported; details given of the Iraqi troop movement into the Kurdish town of Irbil. [Senator John WARNER - wants to know why he was not informed.]

(Little Rock, AK: Jill Dougherty) The reaction of the Clinton administration to the aggression by Iraq presented. [White House Chief of Staff Leon PANETTA - comments on the situation.] The shuttle diplomacy meetings with United States allies outlined.

(Washington: Jim Angle) Statements from the campaigning Presidential candidate Robert Dole about the situation in Iraq and criticism of the Clinton administration featured. [DOLE - speaks about the situation and campaigns before a group of Jewish leaders.]

Angle, Jim;
Dougherty, Jill;
McIntyre, Jamie;
Savidge, Martin

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