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Nightline #646616

ABC Special for Thursday, Nov 29, 1990

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Live discussion re: UN Security Council resolution permitting the use of force after 1/15/91 in response to Iraq occupation of Kuwait with Ted Koppel (ABC), Iraq Ambassador to the US Mohamed Al-Mashat, and Sen. Richard Lugar; taped interview by Koppel with UN Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar; taped segment with Forrest Sawyer (ABC), excerpts of statements by Secretary of State James Baker, British Foreign Minister Douglas Hurd, and Canadian Minister of External Affairs Joe Clark, Professor Tom Franks, Sen. Edward Kennedy, Lugar, and George Bush; taped segment re: China prosecution of 1989 protestors with Jim Munson of Canadian TV, and Jaime Florcruz of "Time".

Duration:
00:29:00

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