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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / Turkey #722364

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Feb 22, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Statement from U.N. weapons inspector Mohamed el-Baradei that Iraq is not cooperating fully reported.

(Crawford, Texas: John King) President Bush’s growing impatience with Iraq and his plan to introduce a new U.N. resolution authorizing military action featured; scenes shown of Bush and Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar† addressing the media. [BUSH – says the Security Council will now show whether it means what it says.] [AZNAR {thru translator} – says we don’t have much time.] The White House reaction to a possible deal through “checkbook diplomacy” with Turkey for basing US troops there discussed.

(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Ankara, Turkey: Jane Arraf) The tentative agreement between the US and Turkey outlined; details given about the impact of public opposition to war on the Turkish Parliament’s decision.

Lin, Carol;
King, John;
Arraf, Jane

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