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Gulf War Coverage -- CBS -- 01/18/1991 -- Friday #1004889

CBS Special for Friday, Jan 18, 1991

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  • Live CBS coverage and analysis of the Persian Gulf War.
  • Coverage includes the participation of anchors Charles Osgood and Susan Spencer, White House correspondent Linda Taira, correspondent Bill McLaughlin, reporting on Iraqi SCUD missile attacks on Tel Aviv, correspondent Bob McEwan, Law Correspondent Rita Braver, with a report on preparations against terrorist attacks at airports and military installations, correspondent Harold Dow, in Dearborn, Michigan, home of the largest Arab-American population in the United States, correspondent Barry Petersen in London, Bert Quint in Damascus, and correspondent Bob Faw.
  • Analysis is provided by military analyst General Fred Warner (Ret.), and Phillip Robbins, of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
  • Includes an interview with representatives of the Simon Wiesenthal Center: Dr. Gerald Margolis, Director, Carole Perl, and Rabbi Marvin Hier, Dean.
  • During this hour, news breaks that the Department of Defense has confirmed the first American fatality, and that Israel is weighing its options in retaliating against Iraq.
  • Reporter(s):
    Braver, Rita;
    Dow, Harold;
    Faw, Bob;
    McEwan, Bob;
    McLaughlin, Bill;
    Petersen, Barry;
    Quint, Bert;
    Taira, Linda
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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