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Iraq-US Relations / Weapons Inspections / Pollack Interview #721493

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Feb 09, 2003
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(Kuwait City: Martin Savidge) Live interview held with CNN analyst Kenneth Pollack† about Iraq’s latest offer to cooperate with U.N. weapons inspectors. [In Washington, POLLACK – says the Iraqis are doling out concessions in order to string out the inspections process; states the administration’s counter-argument that the inspectors cannot disarm Iraq; comments on whether the administration would bend and offer more time for the inspectors; says the US is not quite ready to begin an attack; comments on the meeting of Arab leaders from Syria, Libya and Egypt to discuss how to avoid a war.]

Savidge, Martin

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