Nightline: Countdown #723257
ABC Special for Friday, Mar 07, 2003
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Interview by Chris Bury (ABC) with Great Britain Ambassador to the United Nations Jeremy Greenstock re: issues related to ongoing diplomatic efforts to achieve Iraqi disarmament. Live discussion between Bury and Dan Harris (ABC) re: the possibility of war with Iraq. Live discussion between Bury and Mike Lee (ABC) re: the search for Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan. Taped segment with Michel Martin (ABC), United Nations Chief Weapons Inspector Hans Blix, Secretary of State Colin Powell, Germany Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer, China Foreign Minister Tang Jiaxuan, Russia Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov, France Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin, Great Britain Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, Martha Raddatz (ABC), Sarah Lawrence College Professor Fawaz Gerges, Terry Moran (ABC), and Ellen Laipson of the Henry L. Stimson Center, and a brief live discussion between Bury and Martin. Taped excerpt of a statement by Iraq Ambassador to the UN Mohammed al-Douri.
- Martin, Michel
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