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January 07, 1999

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p>U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE DAILY PRESS BRIEFING DPB #2 TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1999, 1:25 P.M. (ON THE RECORD UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED) MR. RUBIN: Greetings all. Welcome again to our regularly scheduled program. [ . . . ] Barry. QUESTION: The King of Jordan is homeward bound after a meeting at the White House. A little idea if you could of what happened and if you can bring us up to date on Jordan's aid situation and whether a lot of smuggling to Iraq goes through Jordan and are they making an effort to stop it?
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January 06, 1999

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p>DoD News Briefing Tuesday, January 5, 1999 Presenter: Kenneth Bacon, ASD PA Mr. Bacon: Good afternoon. Welcome to our briefing room. Thank you, Ivan. That's very cherry of you. Thank you for that. Happy New Year to you all as well.
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p>THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary _______________ For Immediate Release January 5, 1999 PRESS BRIEFING BY ROBERT BELL, SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT FOR NATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS The Briefing Room 1:10 P.M. EST
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January 04, 1999

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p> THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary _________ For Immediate Release December 30, 1998 FACT SHEET Foreign Affairs Reorganization Today President Clinton sent to the Congress a plan and report on reorganization of the foreign affairs agencies, pursuant to the Foreign Affairs Reform and Restructuring Act of 1998. The Act provides authority to reorganize the foreign affairs agencies and is based on the plan announced by the President on April 18, 1997.
p>29 December 1998 TEXT: BROWNBACK: US MUST BE READY TO DEAL WITH A DEFIANT SADDAM (with an introduction from USIA) Washington -- Following Iraqi provocation of U.S. military planes over no-fly zones in Iraq, Senator Sam Brownback, (Republican, Kansas), December 29 warned that the United States "must be prepared to deal with an increasingly defiant Saddam Hussein." "The proper response by the U.S. must be immediate and strong," said Brownback, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.

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