CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 12, 1994
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(Studio: Dan Rather, Connie Chung) Report introduced.
(Kuwait: Mark Phillips) The United States military and political response to Iraq's deployment of forces near the Kuwait border featured; the arrival in Kuwait of Secretary of State Warren Christopher shown. [US SOLDIER - comments with regard to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.] [CHRISTOPHER - says options are being discussed.] Opposition from French foreign minister Alain Juppe to the creation of an exclusion zone noted; military preparations discussed.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The preparations and departures of US troops from various United States military bases reported; scenes shown. [Senator William COHEN - comments with regard to deployment of forces.] Indications that Iraq has begun to withdraw its forces from the Kuwait border area examined; scenes and map shown.
(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.
(White House: Rita Braver) Virginia candidate for the United States Senate Oliver North's criticism of President Clinton's Iraq policy featured. [October 10, NORTH - says Clinton is not his commander-in-chief.] [Yesterday, Vice President Al GORE - responds.] [NORTH - says Clinton's White House is hypocritical to challenge his patriotism.] [Secretary of Veterans Affairs Jesse BROWN - comments with regard to North.] Close race between North and Senator Charles Robb noted.
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