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Iraq-US Relations / Saudi Arabia / Al-Faisal Interview / Allies #713799

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 03, 2002
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(No location given: Christiane Amanpour) CNN exclusive interview with Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Prince SAUD al-Faisal† about Saudi Arabia’s role in a US-Iraq conflict presented. [SAUD al-Faisal – comments on US-Saudi relations; condemns Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden’s attack against the US and says September 11 created a gulf between the US and Saudi Arabia; responds to charges that the Saudi government is not doing enough to stop the financial support of terrorism.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Coverage of the complete interview on CNN later tonight noted.

(Baghdad: Jane Arraf) The unlikely coalition with Iraq of some former US allies featured; scenes shown from the international trade fair in Baghdad. [Iraqi Foreign Minister Naji SABRI†- comments on a U.N. resolution.] [Austrian far-right leader Joerg HAIDER††- says peace in the region is good for Europe, too.] [French interests section Andre JANIER†- says Iraq is important for its production of oil.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Amanpour, Christiane;
Arraf, Jane

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