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Crisis in the Gulf #649742

CNN Special for Tuesday, Oct 16, 1990

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Summary and analysis of today's events pertaining to the Persian Gulf region with Bernard Shaw (CNN) and Patrick Greenlaw (CNN), including taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with Secretary of State James Baker, Soviet Ambassador to the UN Yuliy Vorontosov, Debbie Hadi, Dr. Al Tuaima, British Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd, Jerusalem's Mayor Teddy Kolleck, General Colin Powell, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney, Rep. Henry Gonzalez, Rep. Frank Annunzio, F. Paul Dickerson, Rep. Charles Schumer, Jordanian Minister of Information Ibrahim Izzedin, UN Envoy Jean Ripert, Brigadier Patrick Cordingley, Steve Martin, Rep. Charles Schumer, Joan Claybrook, Louis Croci, Rep. Mickey Edwards, Rep. Dan Rostenkowski, Rep. Guy Vander Jagt, Rep. Lynn Martin, Rep. Pat Williams, Joel Wachs, Jim Gates, Ruth Galanter, Dr. B.P. O'Neill, and unidentified others. (Broadcast includes a 15 minute news update.)

Duration:
00:57:00

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