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Persian Gulf Crisis / Diplomacy / Iraqi Propaganda #126277

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 17, 1990
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Continued disagreement between Iraq and US over date for Secretary of State James Baker to go to Baghdad reported.

(White House: Ann Compton) Dates, deadlines, President Bush and the Persian Gulf featured; scenes shown of Bush at White House with 28 foreign ambassadors. [BUSH - says international coalition against Iraqi President Saddam Hussein remains deep and wide.] [US ambassador to Kuwait W. Nathaniel HOWELL - says Iraqi troops were "winterizing" when he left.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Iraq reported calling up more reservists. Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Karen Burnes) Raising of level of anti-American propaganda in Iraq featured; scenes shown from Iraqi television of film of Americans violating Moslem law. [Two IRAQIS - (thru translator) comment.]

Burnes, Karen;
Compton, Ann;
Jennings, Peter

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