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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 13, 1998
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(Studio: Laurie Dhue) Responses from various major newspapers to the report by independent counsel Kenneth Starr about the investigation of President Clinton reported.

(Parkville, MD: Beth Fouhy) Opinions members of Congress are receiving from constituents about the Starr report featured. [Representative Benjamin CARDIN - talks to constituents; says there has been no consistency in opinions; sticks to issues.] [PEOPLE - express opposing views about Clinton and the Starr report.]

(Baghdad, Iraq: Rula Amin) Responses of people in Iraq to Clinton scandal featured. [PEOPLE (thru translator) - express views; say that Clinton's behavior is normal of western society; complain about United States policy toward Iraq.] [Political analyst Nassera Alabama-SADOUN - says Iraq is bombed every time the United States has a crisis.]

Amin, Rula;
Dhue, Laurie;
Fouhy, Beth

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