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Crisis in the Gulf #649911

CNN Special for Tuesday, Aug 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 taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with wife of US Consul of Kuwait Luz Marina Caldwell, Iraq's President Saddam Hussein, Iraqi Ambassador to US Mohamed Al-Mashat, Sen. George Mitchell, Rep. Thomas Foley, State Department Spokesperson Margaret Tutwiler, Pentagon Spokesperson Pete Williams, Lieutenant Colonel James Ebertowski, Commander of USS Wisconsin Captain Jerry Blesch, former US Trade Representative Bill Brock, Kuwaiti Finance Minister Sheikh Ali Khalifa Al-Sabah, hostage family member Pati Heath, Ali El-Din Helal, Philip Robins, Dr. Sari Nasir, Jordan's Queen Noor Al-Hussein, and unidentified others; update re: tornadoes in Illinois including an interview with Plainfield, Illinois resident Carol Manning.


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