ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 24, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Split among Kurdish leaders in Iraq over how to deal with President Saddam Hussein reported.
(Northern Iraq: Sheila MacVicar) The more open life among the Kurds featured; scenes shown from Dohuk, Iraq. [Local leader Zaravan MOHAMMED - (thru translator) says we can now meet freely.] [Medical student Noori OTHMAN - wonders what will happen when coalition forces leave.] [At a refugee camp, KURD - says United Nations must protect us from Saddam.]
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