Colin Powell UN Speech Re: Iraq - Part 3 of 3 #950442
CNN Special for Wednesday, Feb 05, 2003
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CNN live coverage and analysis anchored by CNN's Wolf Blitzer and Paula Zahn continues with responses by various foreign ministers and UN ambassadors to Secretary of State Colin Powell's speech before the United Nations Security Council presenting evidence of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. Analysts include former United Nations weapons inspectors David Albright, Terrence Taylor, former State Department spokesman, James Rubin, former CIA analyst Kenneth Pollack and author Phillip Taubman. Reports and commentary from CNN reporters David Ensor, John King, Andrea Koppel, Nic Robertson, and Richard Roth. Speeches given by Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations Mikhail Wehbe, German Foreign Ambassador Joschka Fischer and Iraqi Ambassador to the United Nations Mohammed Aldouri.
This segment also contains reports that the United States officials claim there is a high threat of a terrorist attack on United States soil because of the potential war with Iraq.
- Ensor, David;
- King, John;
- Koppel, Andrea;
- Robertson, Nic;
- Roth, Richard
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