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Crisis in the Gulf #649751

CNN Special for Wednesday, Oct 24, 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 live interview by French with former CIA Analyst Kenneth Katzman and former US diplomat in Iraq Edward Peck and taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with State Department Spokeswoman Margaret Tutwiler, Iraqi Information Minister Latif Nassif Jassem, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney, Sir Patrick Hine, former British Prime Minister Edward Heath, John York, Colin McGregor, Israeli Ambassador to the UN Johanan Bein, Palestinian observer to the UN Nasser al-Kidwa, Israeli advisor to the Prime Minister Avi Pazner, Palestinian lawyer Jonathan Kuttab, Richard Darman, Rep. Thomas Foley, Gretchen Morgenson, Gloria Holbert, George Barbee, Frank Lalli, University of Jordan Sociology Professor Sari Nasir, Mahmoud Sartawy, Ibrahim Zeid, Izzat el-Azizi, and unidentified others.


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