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(Studio: Peter Jennings) One American hostage in Iraq profiled; scenes shown of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's meeting with a group of hostages. [Kevin Bazner - asks Hussein to let the women and children go free.] Scenes shown of Bazner family home videos taken July 4 before they returned to Malaysia, where Bazner works for a restaurant chain. [In interview with Ted Koppel, Iraqi foreign minister Tariq AZIZ - says he will take care of Bazner family.] [On Tuesday, sister Pati HEATH - talks about Kevin.] Bazner's background reviewed; photos shown. Scenes shown of Hussein in video portrait with hostages. [Rand Corporation Graham FULLER - says in war, countries try to outplay their opponents.] [TV critic Jonathan ALTER - says seeing these people on television gives United States second thoughts about going to war.] [HEATH - comments further on brother.]
- Jennings, Peter
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