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Gulf War Coverage -- CBS -- 02/05/1991 -- Tuesday #1004890

CBS Special for Tuesday, Feb 05, 1991

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  • Live CBS News coverage and analysis of the ongoing Persian Gulf War.
  • Coverage is provided by anchors Victoria Corderi and Charles Osgood, correspondent Eric Engberg in Saudi Arabia, correspondent Doug Tunnell in Jordan, reporting on fuel rationing, Law Correspondent Rita Braver, reporting on possible terrorism on fuel tanks in Norfolk, Virginia, correspondent Linda Taira, reporting on the recently released budget, Sports Correspondent Rock Rote, a report on harassment against Arab-Americans, and correspondent Allen Pizzey, reporting on the logistics of fuel reloading in the air.
  • During this hour, news breaks that there is no set date for a ground attack on Baghdad, and that Radio Baghdad has aired cryptic messages calling for attacks on coalition positions around the world.
  • Reporter(s):
    Braver, Rita;
    Engberg, Eric;
    Pizzey, Allen;
    Rote, Rock;
    Taira, Linda;
    Tunnell, Doug

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