UAE Seeks Saddam Exile Deal The United Arab Emirates becomes the first Arab League nation to publicly call for Saddam Hussein to abandon power in Iraq and accept exile. But Arab League leaders meeting in Egypt uniformly oppose a U.S.-led war on Iraq, while urging Baghdad to cooperate with U.N. demands on its weapons. NPR's Scott Simon and NPR's Michael Sullivan.
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United Arab Emirates Proposes Saddam Exile Deal

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United Arab Emirates Proposes Saddam Exile Deal

United Arab Emirates Proposes Saddam Exile Deal

United Arab Emirates Proposes Saddam Exile Deal

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The United Arab Emirates becomes the first Arab League nation to publicly call for Saddam Hussein to abandon power in Iraq and accept exile. But Arab League leaders meeting in Egypt uniformly oppose a U.S.-led war on Iraq, while urging Baghdad to cooperate with U.N. demands on its weapons. NPR's Scott Simon and NPR's Michael Sullivan.

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