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In Depth (US / Iraq) #614610

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 02, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(London: Richard Roth) In the wake of the United States military forces possible retaliatory strike against Iraqi President Saddam Hussein for his latest aggression, the question of whether the allied forces called it quits too soon in the Persian Gulf war five years ago examined; scenes shown of Gulf War damage to Iraq while the war is reviewed. [Consultant General Bernard TRAINOR, author Brian DUFFY - offer speculation and conjecture.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Background and context discussion with former deputy national security advisor Richard Haass presented. [HAASS - explains the Bush administration view and the Iraqi economic situation; comments on the United States reaction.]

Reporter(s):
Roth, Richard;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:04:30

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