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Iran / Nuclear Program / Oil Strait / Goure Interview #852883

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 22, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The passing of the U.N. deadline for Iran to stop its nuclear program introduced.

(Washington: Tom Foreman) The perilous threat that Iran may attempt to disrupt the world's oil supply by attacking the Gulf of Hormuz examined; map of the Middle East region shown; details given about Iran's military maneuvers. [Inst. for the Analysis of Global Security Gal LUFT†- says 25 percent of the world's oil comes through the strait; states every American would be affected.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with military strategist Dan Goure about Iran. [GOURE - talks about Iran's nuclear capability, the region's power politics, how the religious side of the government is driving nuclearization, the options for the US via strong sanctions and a military destruction of Iranian nuclear facilities, the difficulties in knocking out the facilities.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Foreman, Tom
Duration:
00:06:30

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