More trouble from Saddam?

Hottelet, Richard
March 1995
Christian Science Monitor;3/9/95, Vol. 87 Issue 71, p18
Views the possible trouble arising from the President of Iraq, Saddam Hussein. Relation between Iraq and United Nations Security Council resolution 697, UN Special Commission and the International Atomic Energy Agency; Issue raised on leftover biological arms in Iraq despite the disarmament; Report of extension of UN ban on sales by any nation to Iraq; Details of the debt of Iraq for shipments of arms from different countries.


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