Roberts, Tom
May 1999
National Catholic Reporter;05/21/99, Vol. 35 Issue 29, p11
Focuses on the impact of the United Nations (UN) economic sanctions against Iraq. Efforts of the Voices in the Wilderness to end the economic sanctions; Details on the UN Oil-for-Food program for Iraq; Culpability of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein on the issue; Comments from United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.


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