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Earlyprime #649981

CNN Special for Tuesday, Jan 15, 1991

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Coverage on "EarlyPrime" of events leading up to the UN deadline for Iraq withdrawal from Kuwait reported by Lou Waters and Sharyl Attkisson with Bernard Shaw in Baghdad, Charles Bierbauer at the White House, Jeanne Moos at the UN, and Doug James in Jordan, including:

  • Live interviews with unidentified Hinesville (Georgia) residents, former US Navy Secretary James Webb, and retired General Jack Merritt.
  • Excerpts of statements by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Jordan's King Hussein, Reverend William Sloan Coffin, protest organizer Shawn Eichman, labor union officer Ronald Tyree, former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark, Peter Mahoney of Vietnam Vets Against the War, and Professor Robert Shapiro, Andrew Glass of Cox newspapers, Pentagon spokesperson Pete Williams, and NBC Pentagon correspondent Fred Francis.

  • Reporter(s):
    Shaw, Bernard (CNN);
    Bierbauer, Charles (CNN);
    Moos, Jeanne (CNN);
    Zarrella, John (CNN);
    Mintier, Tom (CNN);
    James, Doug (CNN);
    Cabell, Brian (CNN);
    Jenkins, Brian (CNN);
    Knapp, Don (CNN);
    Sidney, Lauren (CNN)
    Duration:
    00:57:40

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