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Thursday, October 8, 1998

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  • Congressmembers Call for End to Iraqi Sanctions

    Forty-four members of Congress began a campaign this week calling for a halt to the economic sanctions against Iraq and have signed a letter to President Clinton asking him to strengthen military sanctions and to eliminate non-military sanctions.

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