Views from Abroad on U.S.-Iraq We have three interviews with foreign journalists about how a potential U.S. military strike against Iraq is being covered in their respective newspapers. First is Edymar Ablan, a reporter with the Venezualan newspaper El Universal. Jeffrey Simpson is second and is the national affairs columnist with Toronto's Globe and Mail. Finally, we talk with Endy Bayuni, who is deputy chief editor of the Jakarta Post in Indonesia. (8:00)
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Views from Abroad on U.S.-Iraq

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We have three interviews with foreign journalists about how a potential U.S. military strike against Iraq is being covered in their respective newspapers. First is Edymar Ablan, a reporter with the Venezualan newspaper El Universal. Jeffrey Simpson is second and is the national affairs columnist with Toronto's Globe and Mail. Finally, we talk with Endy Bayuni, who is deputy chief editor of the Jakarta Post in Indonesia. (8:00)
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