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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / Postwar / Europe #722607

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 26, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The cost of a war with Iraq introduced.

(White House: John King) President Bush's plan for a postwar Iraq featured; statistics cited on the emergency war budget. [BUSH - says a new regime would be an example of freedom for other nations; state we will remain in Iraq as long as necessary.] The reasons for divergent war cost figures discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The choice for British Prime Minister Tony Blair†† re: Iraq introduced.

(London: Christiane Amanpour) The debate in Britain's Parliament on Blair's Iraq policy examined; scenes shown from the Parliament floor. [BLAIR - says he is working for a second U.N. resolution.] [Labour MP Chris SMITH†- says the timetable is being decided by Bush.] The deep split in the international community with France leading the opposition to war noted. [British foreign minister Jack STRAW†- criticizes Iraq.]

Brown, Aaron;
King, John;
Amanpour, Christiane

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