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U.N. & Iraq

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U.N. & Iraq

U.N. & Iraq

U.N. & Iraq

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Guest Host Alex Chadwick speaks with Secretary of State Colin Powell about the Bush Administration's efforts to obtain a new U.N. Security Council Resolution on sending weapons inspectors to Iraq. Secretary Powell questions whether Iraq would allow weapons inspectors in, without conditions. He says the United States reserves the right to take unilateral military action against Iraq if U.N. support does not materialize. Hear an extended version of Alex Chadwick's interview with Secretary Powell. (8:28)
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