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Iraq / United Nations / Hamdoon Resignation #427246

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jan 17, 1999
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(Studio: Gene Randall) Report introduced.

(United Nations: Richard Roth) Resignation of Iraqi Ambassador to the UN Nizar Hamdoon reported. [HAMDOON - says it will be good to be back home.] [British Ambassador to United Nations Jeremy GREENSTOCK - says Hamdoon did a good job as ambassador.] [Council on Foreign Relations Ruth WEDGEWOOD - says Hamdoon is a skillful diplomat.] ["Washington Post" Jim HOAGLAND - says Hamdoon established a distance between himself and Iraq.] [UNSCOM deputy director Charles DUELFER - says Hamdoon can present the Iraqi case well.]

Randall, Gene;
Roth, Richard

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