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Persian Gulf Standoff / Arab Summit / Syria-US Relations #125750

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 13, 1990
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(Studio: Ted Koppel) Maneuvering in the Middle East over Morocco's proposal to hold an Arab summit meeting on standoff in the Persian Gulf reviewed. Report introduced.

(Damascus: Pierre Salinger) Shift in relations between United States and Syria due to their apparent cooperation over Persian Gulf issues examined; scenes shown. [Syrian foreign minister Farouk al-SHARAA - comments on relations.] Syrian opposition to US-Israeli weapons deal, to any US plan to invade Iraq and to American and British trade sanctions detailed. Syria said apparently delaying release of three British hostages in Lebanon due to British refusal to restore diplomatic relations.

Koppel, Ted;
Salinger, Pierre

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