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Persian Gulf / Kuwait #553311

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 24, 1987
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Stmt. condemning Iran's attacks on Kuwait issued following Persian Gulf states ministers meeting in Saudi Arabia reported Report introduced.

(Kuwait: Stan Bernard) Bombing at Pan American World Airways travel agency in Kuwait reported; details given, scenes shown. Police investigation of another possible bomb shown. Silkworm missile attack by Iran on Kuwaiti oil terminal recalled. ["Arab Times" editor Mish-al JARALLAH - calls terrorism a time bomb waiting to explode.] Pledge of suicide attacks against United States following meeting of Iranian prime minister with Hizballah and just prior to anniversary of terrorist attack against Marines barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, reported Iranian gunboat attack on Panama tanker in Persian Gulf noted; scenes shown. Support of Kuwait by Arab neighbors and USSR 's criticism of Iranian attacks on Kuwait reviewed.

Bernard, Stan;
Chung, Connie

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