Will the Iraqi dictator keep his word?

December 1998
Current Events;12/11/98, Vol. 98 Issue 13, p1
Highlights current events in Iraq as of December 11, 1998. Iraq's foreign relations with the United States; Departure of United Nations (UN) weapons inspectors from Iraq; Trade sanctions imposed by UN; Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's decision to allow the inspectors back in the country; US President Bill Clinton's plan to strike Iraq once the country refuses to let UN inspectors enter the country. INSETS: Side lights;News cartoon.


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