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Wednesday, February 18, 1998

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  • Response to Clinton’s National Address

    U.S. officials are preparing the American people for war in Iraq. President Clinton outlined the U.S. position during a broadcast speech at the Pentagon yesterday. We now turn to Baghdad, London, and Beirut for reactions to Clinton’s speech.

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