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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(At Zakho inside northern Iraq: Mike Lee) Construction of tent cities in northern Iraq that would become camps for Kurdish refugees featured; scenes shown of inspection tour by Kurdish resistance leaders. [AMERICAN, United States Marine Corps Colonel James JONES - comment.] Question raised of what will happen to Kurds when United States military withdraws. Presence of armed Iraqi police in nearby cities noted. [KURD - says we are happy with coming of American soldiers.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) State Department report on American relief efforts for the refugees noted. Report introduced.
(On the Turkish-Iraqi border: John Donvan) Conditions at a Kurdish refugee camp in Turkey featured; scenes shown of camp activity at night; details given of these people's dream of a rescue by Americans. [Kurdish Dr. Arief Yussef SALAH - says America is our hope; talks about the health of his patients.]
- Donvan, John;
- Jennings, Peter;
- Lee, Mike
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