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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / "Zero Tolerance" Arab League #714667

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 10, 2002
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Statement from national security adviser Condoleezza Rice† about the US "zero tolerance" policy towards Iraq noted.

(White House: Rosiland Jordan) The issue of Iraqi compliance to the new U.N. Security Council resolution on weapons inspections featured; details given about US war plans that would include a quick war, the use of ground troops & a humanitarian mission. [Secretary of State Colin POWELL - comments on the threat of the use of military force; says Iraq will be disarmed of weapons of mass destruction one way or another.]

(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Amman: Ned Colt) The call from Arab ministers for Iraq to accept the new U.N. inspections resolution featured; scenes shown from the Arab League conference in Cairo, Egypt; details given of their concern that war could spark instability in the Middle East. [Egyptian foreign minister Ahmed MAHER††, former Jordanian Ambassador to U.N. Hasan ABU- NIMAH††- comment on the U.N. resolution.] Indications from Iraq that President Saddam Hussein will accept the resolution noted.

Seigenthaler, John;
Jordan, Rosiland;
Colt, Ned

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