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Iraq: The Weapons Hunt / Blix / Saddam #714553

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 16, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The arrival of the U.N. weapons inspection advance team in Larnaca, Cyprus, noted; scenes shown.

(Paris: Richard Roth) The mission of chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix featured; scenes shown of Blix arriving in Paris, France. [BLIX – says it’s hard to predict what will happen in Iraq; hopes for Iraqi cooperation.] [Political analyst Dominique MOISI†- comments on France’s interest in the inspections.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s statement regarding the US role in bringing about the inspections noted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Roth, Richard

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