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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / U.N. Weapons Inspections / Iraq #720390

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 25, 2003
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(Studio: Dean Reynolds) Report introduced.

(White House: Derek McGinty) The US response to a barrage of objections from the allies about the threat of impending war with Iraq featured; scenes shown from the World Economic Forum in Davis, Switzerland. [Secretary of State Colin POWELL - says the burden is on Iraq to comply.] [Brookings Inst. Ivo DAALDER†- says the US would not be ready for war until late February; states the real question is who is coming along in a war.]

(Studio: Dean Reynolds) "Road to War?" segment introduced.

(Baghdad: Dan Harris) The latest developments for the U.N. weapons inspectors in Iraq featured; scenes shown of UN security guards wrestling with two Iraqi man at their compound; details given about another failed interview attempt with an Iraqi scientist.

Reynolds, Dean;
McGinty, Derek;
Harris, Dan

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