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Segment 7 (March to War) #721133

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 05, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) A longer version of Secretary of State Colin Powell's presentation today to the U.N. of the case for war against Iraq presented; excerpt of audiotape played {with translation} about moving weapons. [POWELL - says Iraq's behavior indicates it made no efforts to disarm & it is trying to produce weapons of mass destruction; outlines the conversation between two senior Iraq officers; cites the threat of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction to the world such as anthrax; states President Saddam Hussein has not accounted for biological weapons; outlines intelligence on biological weapons factories on wheels & on rails & on the use of prisoners to experiment with chemical weapons; says Resolution 1441 was written to give Iraq one last chance.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron
Duration:
00:05:50

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