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Persian Gulf Crisis / Iraq #330982

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 25, 1990
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Richard Wagner) Christmas celebrations for Iraq's Christian community featured; scenes shown from Baghdad, including segments from two representative Iraqi families. [Ranking American diplomat Joseph WILSON - analyzes Iraq's mood.] [IRAQI - explains what his mother said about war and peace.] Part of report shown without audio due to Iraqi censorship. [Second IRAQI - talks about war and peace.] UN deadline for Iraq to pull out of Kuwait mentioned.

(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Reporter's comments about Iraqi President Saddam Hussein that were censored out quoted.

Kuralt, Charles;
Wagner, Richard

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