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Persian Gulf Crisis / Japan #334833

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 28, 1990
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) Arrival in United States of Japanese Prime Minister Toshiki Kaifu noted; support under pressure for United Nations campaign against Iraq and dispatch of unarmed troops to Persian Gulf reported; scenes shown from NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) protest in Washington outside Japanese embassy against racist remarks made by justice minister. [In taped interview, KAIFU - (thru translator) talks about continued restriction of Japanese military and Japan's actions in Persian Gulf crisis; comments on racist remarks.] Report introduced.

(Tokyo: Bill Whitaker) Controversy over Japanese military deployment to Middle East featured; scenes shown from Asaka, Japan, military parade; World War II brutality mentioned. [National Defense Academy Mashashi NISHIHARA, military analyst Motofumi ASAI, Philippines senator Teofisto GUINGONA - comment.]

Bradley, Ed;
Whitaker, Bill

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