TITLE

He does it again

AUTHOR(S)
Watson, Russell; Barry, John; Liu, Melinda; Vistica, Gregory L.; Dennis, Mark
PUB. DATE
January 1998
SOURCE
Newsweek;1/26/1998, Vol. 131 Issue 4, p34
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the United Nations' allegation that Iraq's Saddam Hussein had been testing its gruesome weapons on human subjects. Details about the incident where Iraq's government stopped Scott Ritter from investigating sensitive sites, calling him a spy and complaining that his team was too `Anglo-Saxon'; Details about the United Nations' investigators. INSET: Are the U.N. inspectors really spies?.
ACCESSION #
114456

 

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