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Iraq / U.N. Resolution #739885

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 16, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The U.N. Security Council’s unanimous vote for a resolution calling on members to provide troops & money to help stabilize Iraq noted.

(San Bernardino, California: John Roberts) The question of how much aid the U.N. will actually provide examined; details given of Democrats’ opposition to President Bush’s funding request for rebuilding Iraq. [BUSH – asks who can think the world would be better off with Saddam Hussein still in power.] [Senator Joseph BIDEN†- says a failure now in Iraq is the world’s failure.] [Senator Edward KENNEDY†- says before the war we were told lie after lie.]

Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John

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