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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) The latest developments in the standoff between the United States and United Nations and Iraq over weapons inspections outlined.
(Baghdad: Brent Sadler) The final diplomatic maneuvers over the Iraqi crisis examined; details given of Iraq's admission that it moved equipment from under the view of United Nations inspectors in case there is an attack; scenes shown of various monitoring devices.
(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.
(UN: Richard Roth) The fourth day of Iraq's denial of United Nations weapon inspections because Americans were included in the mission featured. [UN special commission to Iraq Richard BUTLER, British ambassador to United Nations John WESTON - wonder why Iraq is moving the inspection equipment.]
(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Statement from Secretary of Defense William Cohen that Iraq could face further economic or military sanctions reported. [In College Station, Texas, President CLINTON - talks about dealing vigilantly with Iraq.]
- Roth, Richard;
- Sadler, Brent;
- Woodruff, Judy
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