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Persian Gulf War / Israel / Saudi Arabia / Scud Attacks #336872

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 11, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Iraq reported launching Scud missile at Israel during this broadcast; earlier injuries in Riyadh from Patriot-Scud debris noted. Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv: Tom Fenton) Scud missile that landed harmlessly outside Tel Aviv earlier today reported; scenes shown of decontamination squad examining Scud remains and of Israeli defense minister Moshe Arens meeting with President Bush; heroic status of soldiers in United States Patriot missile batteries examined. [ISRAELI - says I love America.] [ISRAELI - comments on getting used to attacks.] Scenes shown of Israelis paying no attention to missile alarm and of workers clearing rubble from Friday's attack. Scud attack that occurred during broadcast mentioned; scenes shown.

Fenton, Tom;
Rather, Dan

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