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Iraq's U.N. Ambassador Says 'the Game Is Over'
Wednesday, April 09, 2003

UNITED NATIONS Iraq's U.N. ambassador said Wednesday "the game is over" and he expressed hope that the Iraqi people will be able to live in peace.

Mohammed Al-Douri's comments to reporters outside his residence were the first admission by an Iraqi official that U.S.-led coalition troops had overwhelmed Iraqi forces.

"My work now is peace," he said. "The game is over and I hope the peace will prevail. I hope the Iraqi people will have a happy life."

Al-Douri said he has had no communications with Iraq for a long time because of the war.

Earlier, the ambassador told Associated Press Television News: "This is a war and there will be a winner and someone who is a loser."

When asked what he thought about the scenes being broadcast from Baghdad, he said, "Well I don't know really, I watch the television like you."





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