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Crisis in the Gulf #649769

CNN Special for Saturday, Nov 10, 1990

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Summary and analysis of today's events pertaining to the Persian Gulf region with David French (CNN) and Dave Michaels (CNN), including taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with Secretary of State James Baker, French Foreign Minister Roland Dumas, former CIA Deputy Director Ray Cline, Iraqi Ambassador to the US Mohamed al-Mashat, Carol Cox, Dorothy Goodwin, Zeina Morsy, Gwynneth Herbert, Nicola Murgatroyd, William Scott, Grenville Redman, Rep. Stephen Solarz, Capt. Mike Garner, former Attorney General Ramsey Clark, US Ambassador to the UN Thomas Pickering, Israeli Ambassador to the UN Yoram Aridor, Dr. M.T. Mehdi, Sgt. Dwayne James, General Thomas Draude, Kevin Tasor, and unidentified others.

Duration:
00:29:00

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