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Persian Gulf Crisis / Imminent Thunder / Hostages #330476

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 1990
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(USS Wisconsin: Dan Rather) Tonight's major developments in Persian Gulf crisis and CSCE conference listed; high seas noted causing cancellation of part of "Imminent Thunder." Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Martha Teichner) After announcing release of all foreign nationals beginning Christmas day if peace prevails, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein reported sending more troops into Kuwait; scenes shown of family of American hostage John Stevenson leaving for Baghdad and of right-wing French politician Jean-Marie Le Pen in Baghdad negotiating for hostages; group from Switzerland noted taking Swiss and other European nationals home later this week. [James STEVENSON - comments on release offer.]

Rather, Dan;
Teichner, Martha

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