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Crisis in the Gulf #649900

CNN Special for Monday, Aug 20, 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 an interview with Saudi Arabian economist Ali Johany, and taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with George Bush, State Department Spokesperson Richard Boucher, Mideast analyst L. Paul Bremer, retired Colonel Harry Summers, Major General Richard Hearney, Saudi Arabia Oil Minister Hisham Nazer, Abdullah Bin-Faisal Bin-Turki of Saudi Arabian Royal Commission, British Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd, British citizens escaped to Saudi Arabia from Kuwait Theresa Clark, David McDonald-Taylor, and Katherine Hamaoui, Hilltop Trading Company President Mike Wilner, First Boston oil analyst William Randol, soldier's mother Sara Hegidio, UN Peacekeepers founder Brian Urquhart, political scientist Mark Katz, pollster Burns Roper, historian Robert Dallek, soldier Breck Dunham, Marine recruiter Raginald Taylor, Army recruiter Gary Bryant, Renaldo Quiones, Terrence Banks, Lieutenant Colonel Jim Eustis, Major Dave Andrew, Captain Larry Duncan, and unidentified others.


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