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Crisis in the Gulf #649896

CNN Special for Friday, Aug 17, 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 interviews with British citizens just escaped to Saudi Arabia from Kuwait Theresa and Andrew Clark, and Keith Forshew, an interview with British Ambassador to the UN Sir Crispin Tickell, and taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with Pentagon Spokesperson Pete Williams, Rep. Les Aspin, State Department Spokesperson Richard Boucher, Iraqi Ambassador to the US Mohamed Al-Mashat, British Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd, George Bush, former Ambassador for Counter-terrorism L. Paul Bremer, Jack Healey of Amnesty International USA, Iraqi expatriate Saad Jabr, Egypt President Hosni Mubarak, former CIA analyst Ken Katzman, Merrill Lynch oil analyst Michael Rothman, Los Angeles (California) Mayor Tom Bradley, Tickell, US Ambassador to the UN Thomas Pickering, Turkish rug merchant Selcuk Cakin, Lieutenant Myrte Yarbough, and unidentified others.


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