U.N. Security Council Meets as Clock Ticks Down

When the U.N. recalled its weapons inspectors from Iraq earlier this week, the organization suspended its oil-for-food program. The program is the only source of financial support for 60 percent of the the Iraqi population. In a meeting on Wednesday, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan appealed to security council members for donations. NPR's Vicky O'Hara joins Neal Conan joins Neal Conan to discuss the outcome of the session.


Vicky O'Hara
*NPR diplomatic correspondent

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