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Iraq-US Relations / Weapons Inspections #715440

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 27, 2002
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Ron Allen) The first day of the U.N. weapons inspectors’ search for Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction featured; details given of the inspections of the Al Rafah†† missile-testing station and a motor plant; scenes shown. [U.N. weapons inspector Demetrius PERRICOS†- says we were able to do the job.] [Plant manager Haitham MAHMOOD†- says there is nothing to hide.] The concern that the inspectors are not prepared to do the job noted. [Former U.N. weapons inspector David KAY†- says these inspectors are not capable at this point.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Allen, Ron

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