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Iraq-US Relations / U.N. Weapons Inspections / Leaflets #715386

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 28, 2002
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) "Road to War?" segment introduced.

(Baghdad & Dora: David Wright) The U.N. weapons inspections at the al-Dawrah†† Foot & Mouth Vaccine Production†† facility featured; scenes shown from the plant & from a machine works that President Bush's administration considered part of Iraq's nuclear program. [Plant manager Munsef OMAR†- says the U.N. took many samples.] [UN team leader Dimetrius PERRICOS†- says we wanted to make sure the plant was left as it was in 1998.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The leafletting by US & British planes in Iraq aimed at Iraqi soldiers reported.

Gibson, Charles;
Wright, David

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