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Persian Gulf War: One Year Later / Memorial / Kuwait #343045

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 25, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Memorial service honoring those killed in Iraqi Scud missile attack of United States army base in Saudi Arabia during the Persian Gulf war featured; scenes shown of attack, memorial service, and Kuwait City, Kuwait, rally marking the anniversary of Kuwait's liberation. Report introduced.

(Kuwait: Bob McKeown) Kuwait's movement toward democracy featured; scenes shown of construction of national assembly building. [National Council member Jassem QABAZARD - talks about expectations placed on Kuwait.] Number of Kuwaitis eligible to vote noted. [Dr. Resha al- SABAH - comments on her crusade for women's right to vote.] [Former royal adviser Mohammed al-QADIRI - comments on democratic process.] [Newspaper editor Yasin al-YASIN - comments.]

Reporter(s):
McKeown, Bob;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:50

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