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Kuwait / Gulf War / Five Years After #401549

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 15, 1996
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Kuwait: Richard Blystone) Kuwait, five years after the invasion by Iraq in the Persian Gulf war, featured; scenes shown of captured Iraqi tanks in the desert, of 1991 oil fires and of areas of rebuilding and areas still damaged. [Oil production manager Bader al-KHASHTI, artist Thuraya al- BAQSAMI, Kuwaiti information minister Prince SAUD Nasr al-Saud al-SABAH, Kuwaiti scientist Mohammad al-RAMADHAN, Kuwaiti expert Abdulmajeed al- SHATTI, Kuwaiti scientist Abdulla KANDARI - express their feeling about what happened to Kuwait and what was learned.] The financial cost of occupation, liberation, recovery and defense, the push for political reform, the vulnerability of a one-product economy and the nation's social problems briefly reviewed.

Blystone, Richard;
Shaw, Bernard

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