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Iraq / Kurdish Refugees #134385

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 29, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Kani Masi, Iraq: Jim Wooten) The Kurdish refugees and guerrillas and the issue of their safety in northern Iraq featured; scenes shown from Zakho, Iraq, where Iraqi police and allied troops are both present. [KURD - talks about safety from Iraqi policemen.] [Second KURD - (thru translator) says we can't come back until President Bush guarantees safety.] Treatment of Kurdish children by British medics at a United States Marine aid station shown. Most Kurds said likely to stay in the mountains unless they believe United States has a long-term concern for their safety.

Jennings, Peter;
Wooten, Jim

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