ABC Special for Tuesday, Sep 24, 1991
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Live discussion re: UN inspection team detained by Iraq at a nuclear weapons facility in Baghdad with Chris Wallace (ABC) and UN Special Commission on disarming Iraq Chairman Rolf Ekeus. Live discussion via telephone between Wallace and UN inspector in Baghdad David Kay, and an update from the UN by John McWethy (ABC). Discussion taped earlier tonight between Wallace and Iraq Foreign Minister Ahmed Hussein. Taped segment with Jeff Greenfield (ABC), excerpt of today's George Bush speech to the UN, Kay, Gary Milhollin of the Wisconsin Project, excerpt of Bush remarks, Iraq Ambassador to the UN Abdul Amir al-Anbari, Peter Gregson of Reuters News Agency, retired Lieutenant General Bernard Trainor, and Phebe Marr of National Defense University.
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