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Persian Gulf War / Diplomacy / Baghdad #337120

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 27, 1991
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(Kuwait City: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: Wyatt Andrews) At tonight's address, President Bush reported expected to list conditions for cease-fire; White House and UN Security Council permanent members noted rebuffing today's negotiation attempt by Iraq, which didn't meet some United Nations requirements. [Iraqi ambassador to United Nations Abdul Amir al-ANBARI, British foreign secretary Douglas HURD, Secretary of State James BAKER - comment on Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's offer.] [BUSH - praises armed forces.]

(Baghdad: Betsy Aaron) Question of whether Kuwait invasion was worth it examined; scenes shown of tonight's bombing of Baghdad two hours after Iraq made additional concessions; Iraqis' misconceptions about negotiations noted. [Three IRAQIS - talk about Kuwait takeover.]

Aaron, Betsy;
Andrews, Wyatt;
Rather, Dan

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