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Crisis in the Gulf #649795

CNN Special for Wednesday, Nov 28, 1990

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Summary and analysis of today's events pertaining to the Persian Gulf region with Bernard Shaw (CNN) and Lou Waters (CNN), including "Special Assignment: The Invasion Files" with Steve Emerson (CNN) and taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, General David Jones, Admiral William Crowe, Sen. Edward Kennedy, Rep. Richard Gephardt, Sen. Sam Nunn, Rep. Lee Hamilton, Stephen Hess, Iraqi Ambassador to the UN Abdul Amir al-Anbari, Chinese Ambassador to the UN Li Daoyu, Canadian Ambassador to the UN Yves Fortier, Muhammad Ali, Hans de Belder, Fred Harrington, Dennis DeCoursey, Regina DeCoursey, Sen. John Glenn, General David Jones, Pentagon Spokesman Pete Williams, Lewis Brodsky, Alan Greenspan, Rep. Charles Schumer, Rep. Jim Leach, Terry Arnold, L. Paul Bremer III, Noel Koch, Richard Murphy, Admiral Gene La Rocque, John Wheeler, Thomas Mass, State Department Spokesman Richard Boucher, and unidentified others.


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