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Saddam Hussein Speech To The US #649943

CNN Special for Wednesday, Sep 26, 1990

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CNN replay and analysis of Iraq President Saddam Hussein speech taped for broadcast in the US; analysis includes excerpts of interviews with Middle East expert Shireen Hunter and former Assistant Secretary of State Richard Murphy, and taped segments with Mark Leff (CNN), Ralph Begleiter (CNN), Cuba Ambassador to the UN Ricardo Alarcon de Quesado, Secretary of State James Baker, Iraq Ambassador to the UN Abdul Amir Al-Anbari, and unidentified others; see the 9/25/90 record for "Crisis in the Gulf" for an edited version of this event.

Duration:
01:28:00

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