CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 15, 1994
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) United Nations Security Council debate on resolution with regard to posture toward future Iraqi military threats reported.
(Aboard the George Washington in the Gulf: Mark Phillips) The status of the United States military buildup in the Persian Gulf region in light of Iraq's withdrawal of forces from the Kuwait border area featured; scenes shown of the aircraft carrier USS George Washington and other US forces. [Secretary of Defense William PERRY - comments with regard to withdrawal of Iraqi forces.] Meeting between Perry and Russian foreign minister Andrei Kozyrev noted. [US Navy Lieutenant Commander Dave ZIMMERMAN - comments with regard to simulation flights.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(Baghdad: Allen Pizzey) The Iraqi perspective on the current crisis featured; scenes shown of Iraqi troops and of yesterday's meeting between Iraq President Saddam Hussein and Kozyrev. [KOZYREV - says UN Security Council must live up to its resolutions.] French, Russian, US and Saudi Arabian oil market interests detailed. [Oil analyst Mehdi VARZI - comments with regard to potential for chaotic oil market situation.]
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