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Crisis in the Gulf #649933

CNN Special for Thursday, Sep 20, 1990

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Summary and analysis of today's events pertaining to the Persian Gulf region with Gene Randall (CNN) and Lou Waters (CNN), including live interview by Waters with Sen. Richard Bryan and Kristen Rand and taped excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with Iraqi Deputy Sadoun Hammadi, Dennis Sammut, Gary Black, Tony Lentini, Deputy Energy Secretary W. Henson Moore, James Gustave Speth, economist Philip Verleger, Lloyd Unsell, Charles DiBona, Chris Flavin, OPEC analyst Henry Schuler, former Energy Secretary James Schlesinger, Jim Clarkson, Jimmy Carter, Sen. Frank Murkowski, State Department Spokeswoman Margaret Tutwiler, Kuwaiti Ambassador to the US Saud Nasir al-Sabah, Private Christopher Skinner, Fouad Jaffar, Saad Eldin Ibrahim, former Jordanian Government Minister Jamal el-Schaer, Laith Shubeilat, Jordanian Information Minister Ibrahim Izzedin, and unidentified others.

Duration:
00:57:00

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