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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) President Mikhail Gorbachev quoted endorsing UN Security Council meeting to discuss resolution authorizing use of force. Report introduced.
(Geneva: John Cochran) President Bush's Persian Gulf tour reported; scenes shown from Cairo meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Geneva, Switzerland, meeting with Syrian President Hafez al-Assad; opposition to Bush's relations with Assad due to Syrian links to terrorism noted; State Department report quoted on screen. [BUSH, Senator George MITCHELL - comment.]
(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Interview presented with Egyptian president. [MUBARAK - discusses use of force in Persian Gulf crisis; explains why Egyptian troops will not enter Iraq; comments on Israeli-Palestinian question.] Report introduced.
(Saudi Arabia: Arthur Kent) America's dependence on Arab troops examined; scenes shown. [General H. Norman SCHWARZKOPF - comments on Arab troops.] [Defense analyst Dr. Paul ROGERS - talks about Saudi opinion on presence of United States forces.]
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Cochran, John;
- Kent, Arthur
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