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Nightline #647418

ABC Special for Friday, Jan 08, 1993

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  • An interview by Barbara Walters (ABC) with Iraq Ambassador to the UN Nizar Hamdoon re: the current US-Iraq confrontation over the presence of Iraq missiles south of the 32nd parallel.
  • An interview by Barbara Walters (ABC) with President elect Bill Clinton's Communications Director George Stephanopoulos.
  • Live reports by Jim Laurie (ABC) in Baghdad and John McWethy (ABC) at the State Department.
  • Taped segment with Jackie Judd (ABC), military analyst Anthony Cordesman, Iraq Ambassador to the European Community Zaid Haidar, Hearst Foreign Editor John Wallach, Bill Quandt of the Brookings Institution, and former International Atomic Energy Agency inspector David Kay.

  • Reporter(s):
    Laurie, Jim (ABC);
    McWethy, John (ABC);
    Walters, Barbara (ABC);
    Judd, Jackie (ABC)
    Duration:
    00:29:00

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