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Crisis in the Gulf #649902

CNN Special for Tuesday, Aug 21, 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 a live interview with family of US citizen escaped from Kuwait Dorothy, Kenneth, Heatherley, and Jacob Daly, and taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz, Presidential Press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater, George Bush, Chief of Staff John Sununu, State Department Spokesperson Richard Boucher, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, former Assistant Secretary of State Richard Murphy, US citizen escaped from Kuwait Ed Daly, Major General Vernon J. Kondra, General Hansford T. Johnson, Dow International Energy trader Rodney Dow, Major Stan Hill, Kuwaiti students Raed Al-Fulaij, Waleed Al-Jeri, Tareq al-Wagayan, Jamal Al-Roumi, Florida International University Student Services Director Judith Green, Colonel James Wray, Air Force wife Susan Angry, Master Sargent Martin Merica, Sargent Marsha McKamey, Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Pingel, and unidentified others.

Duration:
00:57:00

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