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Sanctions Continue

StoryFebruary 24, 1998
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The immediate crisis between the United States and Iraq may have ended, at least for now. However, for millions of Iraqis living under crippling economic sanctions, the crisis continues.

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  • Roger Normand, of the Center for Economic and Social Rights, a research and advocacy group based in New York.

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