09: Airstrikes Took a Toll on Saddam, U.S. Says
The top U.S. military commander and
the Marine general in charge of
airstrikes last month against Iraq said
that they believe the attack
has weakened Saddam Hussein's hold
on power and encouraged suspicion
and disloyalty within his military.
08: U.S. Says It Collected Iraq Intelligence Via UNSCOM
The United States for nearly three years intermittently monitored the coded radio communications of President Saddam Hussein's innermost security forces using equipment secretly installed in Iraq by U.N. weapons inspectors, according to U.S. and U.N. officials.
07: 'Spying' by UNSCOM Denied
Clinton administration officials acknowledged yesterday that the United
States has received intelligence information about Iraq from United Nations
weapons inspectors but described the flow of data as a byproduct of the
Arab States Further Isolate Saddam, Iraq
06: Annan Suspicious of UNSCOM Role
U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan has obtained what he regards as convincing evidence that United Nations arms inspectors helped collect eavesdropping intelligence used in American efforts to undermine the Iraqi regime, according to confidants who said he is deeply alarmed by the implications of the relationship for the world body.
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