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Nightline #646983

ABC Special for Monday, Apr 22, 1991

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  • Live discussion re: Persian Gulf war aftermath, including environmental and medical consequences of oil well fires in Kuwait with Forrest Sawyer (ABC), Richard Small of the Pacific- Sierra Research Corporation, and Dr. Howard Hu.
  • Taped segment with Al Dale (ABC), firefighters James Tuppen and Larry Flak, former Kuwaiti Oil Minister Rashid Salim al-Amiri, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment with James Walker (ABC), environmentalist Michael Bailey, oil smoke patients Zarif Sa'eed Ghali and Peter Jabrokadis, Dr. Ahmed Abdullah, Dr. Bader al-Sultan, Tarik al-Eissa, environmentalist Ibrahim Hadi, and unidentified others.

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