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Persian Gulf War / Iraq #337132

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 28, 1991
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(Kuwait City: Dan Rather) Soldiers' and Kuwaitis' reactions to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's victory claim quoted. Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Betsy Aaron) Baghdad residents' belief that Republican Guard has defeated George Bush reported; scenes shown. [Four IRAQIS - talk about war and US.]

(Amman, Jordan: Doug Tunnell) Popularity of Jordan's King Hussein for backing Saddam Hussein reported; scenes shown of Amman, Jordan, rally for both Husseins. [Newspaper editor Mahmoud al-SHARIF - comments.] United States reported hoping Iraqi soldiers returning home will talk about humiliating defeat and overthrow Saddam. [London School of Economics Fred HALLIDAY, former Iraqi politician Dr. Jamal SHAAR, SOLDIER - comment on Saddam's popularity.]

Aaron, Betsy;
Rather, Dan;
Tunnell, Doug

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