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Sudan Plant

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Sudan Plant

Sudan Plant

Sudan Plant

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Host Renee Montagne talks to Washington Post reporter, Vernon Loeb, about the Saudi owner of the pharmaceutical plant, which the United States bombed in Sudan a year ago, on the grounds that it was producing nerve gas. They discuss Salah Idris, who has hired a high-priced team of lawyers and a chemist to prove that the plant was not making nerve gas. His lawyers are trying to force the U.S. government to pay to rebuild the plant.

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