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Iran-US Relations / Warnings / Oil Prices #876534

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 28, 2007
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(Studio: Lester Holt) A warning from IAEA's Mohammed ElBaradei that there is no evidence Iran has an active nuclear weapons program noted.

(White House: Kevin Corke) Fears of an escalation of the tension between the US and Iran over nuclear matters examined; CNN poll findings on Americans' view of another war in the Middle East cited. [On CNN, ElBARADEI - fears we will end up on the precipice; urges Iran to suspend nuclear activities.] [October 21, Vice President Dick CHENEY - says we will not allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon.] [On "Meet the Press," Senator Chris DODD - says pointing to military action is dangerous.] [Senator John McCAIN - backs the administration's sanctions against Iran.]

(Studio: Lester Holt) The ripple effect on oil prices noted. [In interview, CNBC's Sharon EPPERSON†- predicts oil will reach 100 dollars a barrel; outlines rising gasoline and home heating oil prices.]

Holt, Lester;
Corke, Kevin

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