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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / U.N. Weapons Inspections / Anti-War Rallies / Blix, el-Baradei Interview #719860

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 18, 2003
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(Larnaca, Cyprus: Dan Rather) U.N. weapons inspections in Iraq & the criticism of the inspectors by an Iraqi scientist whose home was visited reviewed; scenes shown.

(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The anti-war rallies in the US introduced.

(Washington: Joie Chen) The anti-war protest in Washington, DC, featured; scenes shown of the marchers united to stop a war before it starts. [Five DEMONSTRATORS - speak out against war with Iraq.]

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The anti-war protest in San Francisco featured; scenes shown of the marchers in northern California. [Protesters son & father Malcolm & Mark GRBA†, Lucy CURREN†, Tim AYERES†, Francoise CERVANTES†- speak out against war.] [Protester Julie LEITZELL†- calls the demonstrators naive.]

(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Map shown of sites of anti-war protests around the world; scenes shown from Tokyo, Japan, Cairo, Egypt & Paris, France.

(Larnaca, Cyprus: Dan Rather) Iraqi resistance to U.N. weapons inspections in the northern "no-fly" zone reported. [Chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans BLIX - says this is cat-&-mouse play; says inspections, like "containment," require patience.] [International Atomic Energy Agency Mohamed el-BARADEI†- assesses the weapons inspections process.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Mitchell, Russ;
Chen, Joie;
Blackstone, John
Duration:
00:08:50

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