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Crisis in the Gulf #649749

CNN Special for Monday, Oct 22, 1990

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Summary and analysis of today's events pertaining to the Persian Gulf region with David French (CNN) and Lou Waters (CNN), including a live interview by Waters with former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski and taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with oil trader Tony Birbilis, oil analyst Constantine Fliakos, Dr. Salim Mansour, Saara Maria Paakkinen, Raimo Nurminen, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney, former CIA analyst Kenneth Katzman, Dr. Peter Mason, Nadeem Faheem, Sir William Clark, British Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd, Joanna Copley, Palestinian journalist Daoud Kuttab, Israeli Health Minister Ehud Olmert, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, Israeli Consul General Uriel Savir, Captain Mike Shupp, Captain Kevin Delmas, Sgt. Rolando Ramirez, Gaby Batshoun, Khalil Alami, Shaun Symes, Elias Jordan, Mohammed Nour, Ibrahim Badran, Terry Baumgartner, Earl Berkheimer, Dave Mosby, Robert Turner, and unidentified others. (Broadcast includes a 7 minute news update.)


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