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Crisis in the Gulf #649996

CNN Special for Thursday, Jan 03, 1991

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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 Sen. George Mitchell, Sen. Tom Harkin, Sen. Brock Adams, Rep. Bob Michel, US Charge d'Affaires Joe Wilson, Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz, Latif Jassem, Michel Vauzelle, Japanese Ambassador to Iraq Kunio Katukura, Iraqi Ambassador to Belgium Zaid Haidar, Col. Hal Hornburg, Lt. Col. John Marshall, Sgt. Ben Anstedt, Souheil Marto, Yousef Hamadan, Ahmed Yousef, Capt. David Henderson, Bill Wratten, Ismael Ahmed, Houda Arida, Amal Berry, Ali Dagher, Osama Siblani, Secretary of State James Baker, Henry Kissinger, Kuwaiti Ambassador to US Saud Nasir al-Sabah, Pentagon Spokesman Pete Williams, State Department Spokesman Richard Boucher, Glenn Engel, Richard Livingston, Rep. Richard Gephardt, Rep. Dan Burton, Sen. Edward Kennedy, Sherman Cohn, Mohammed Bin Fahd, Miles Hoffman, and unidentified others.

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