Calling for an end to Iraq sanctions

March 2000
Christian Century;03/01/2000, Vol. 117 Issue 7, p230
Reports that House Democratic Whip David E. Bonior asked United States President Bill Clinton to call for an end to United Nations (UN)-imposed economic sanctions on Iraq. Other members of Congress demanding an end to the sanctions imposed in 1990 after Iraq invaded Kuwait; Effect of the economic embargo on Iraqi civilians.


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