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Nightline #646973

ABC Special for Monday, Apr 01, 1991

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  • Live discussion re: Persian Gulf war aftermath, including attempts by the US Treasury and others to uncover hidden Iraqi assets and arms deals with American and British front companies with Chris Wallace (ABC) and corporate investigator Jules Kroll.
  • Taped segment with John Martin (ABC), including excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with Treasury Department Deputy Secretary John Rodson, Office of Foreign Assets Control Director Richard Newcomb, and Nadim al-Dajani of the Arab Projects Company.
  • Taped segment with Senate Foreign Relations Committee senior staff member Peter Galbraith re: conditions in the Kurdish areas of northern Iraq.

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