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Nightline #647335

ABC Special for Friday, Jul 24, 1992

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  • Live discussion with Chris Wallace (ABC), Brit Hume (ABC), Sheila MacVicar (ABC), UN Commission on Iraq Ambassador Rolf Ekeus, Sen. Al Gore, and Sen. Richard Lugar re: Iraq's refusal to permit UN inspectors into its Ministry of Agriculture building in Baghdad.
  • Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), former International Atomic Energy Commission inspector David Kay, military analyst Tony Cordesman, and former White House advisor Geoffrey Kemp.
  • Update by Wallace re: Navy Lieutenant Tracy Thorne's announcement on the 5/19/92 "Nightline" that he is gay, and the Pentagon's decision today to discharge him from the Navy.

  • Reporter(s):
    Hume, Brit (ABC);
    MacVicar, Sheila (ABC);
    Wallace, Chris (ABC);
    Marash, Dave (ABC)

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