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Iraq-US Relations / Attack / War Talk / U.N. #710152

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 15, 2002
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Attack by US & British planes on a "no-fly" zone in Iraq reported.

(Washington: Tamala Edwards) President Bush's administration's push for action by the U.N. against Iraq featured. [Secretary of State Colin POWELL††- calls for a quick resolution.] [On NBC, former national security adviser Brent SCOWCROFT†- calls Bush's speech "terrific."] ABCNews poll findings on the public's support for giving Iraq a last chance to allow weapons inspections cited. [National security adviser Condoleezza RICE†- says Bush wants a unified American view on the threat from Iraq.] [Senate majority leader Tom DASCHLE - wants a joint resolution on a use of force.] [Former undersecretary of defense Walter SLOCOMBE†- questions giving Bush a blank check.]

Simpson, Carole;
Edwards, Tamala

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