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Daily Difference: in the '90S (Iraq / Kurds / World Unrest) #585825

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 30, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Kurdish Iraq: Dennis Murphy) Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's treatment of Kurdish refugees in Iraq featured; scenes of Kurds shown. [Former teacher Jamal AZIZ - talks about mass grave, being tortured.] Scenes shown of Iraqi secret police headquarters where Kurds were tortured; excerpts shown of Iraqi military videos of executions and poison gas attacks. [Kurdish WOMAN - (thru translator) talks about disappearance of village men.] Kurds reported accusing Iraq of genocide. [Kurdish leader Jalal TALABANI - says Hussein will attack Kurds.] Scenes shown of Kurdish guerrilla fighters, the pesh merga. US military plans to stop watching over the Kurds in June reported.

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Government repression of the Kurds in Turkey, Armenian-Azerbaijani dispute in Nagorno-Karabakh, Azerbaijan, power struggle in Soviet Georgia, Romanian-Slavic dispute in Moldova, Serbian-Croatian struggle in Yugoslavia reported; representative scenes of each shown. Map shown indicating sites of armed insurgencies around the world; racial turbulence in South Africa; religious disputes in Ireland, Sudan, and the Middle East mentioned.

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Murphy, Dennis
Duration:
00:04:20

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