Aid suffering Iraqis, but don't abet Saddam

Rogers, Elizabeth
February 1996
Christian Science Monitor;2/16/96, Vol. 88 Issue 57, p19
Reports on discussions between Saddam Hussein and the United Nations, about making adjustments in UN sanctions on Iraq that would ease suffering among the Iraqi population. How the UN enforced severe economic sanctions on Iraq since its invasion of Kuwait in 1990; Key issues in negotiations; Terms offered by Saddam.


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