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Iraq-US Relations / International Roundtable (Part I) #721486

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Feb 09, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Live discussion held with “As-Safir” Hisham Melhem†, “The Guardian” Julian Borger†, and Radio France Internationale Philippe Bolopion† about the reaction from abroad to the US stance on Iraq. [Earlier, President BUSH – says we will lead a coalition to disarm Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.] [MELHEM – talks about the elevated terror alert and reports that an attack may be linked to the hajj; says the terror alert was a major story in the Arab world.] [BORGER – comments on the impact the weekend’s meetings between U.N. weapons inspectors & Iraqi officials might have on the inspectors’ next report to the U.N. and whether the progress will be enough to avert a war.] [BOLOPION - talks about the likely reaction in France if the inspectors report that Iraq is still not cooperating; comments on Secretary of State Colin Powell’s presentation to the U.N. of evidence of Iraq’s deception.]

Lin, Carol

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