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Gulf War Coverage -- CNN -- 01/26/1991 -- Saturday #660349

CNN Special for Saturday, Jan 26, 1991

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  • Coverage on "War in the Gulf" re: the Persian Gulf war, including a look at the Navy Seals, war polls, and war merchandise
  • Reporters: Molly McCoy / Rick Moore / Dan Ronan / Gene Randall / Greg LaMotte / Rick Sallinger / Peter Sharp / Steve Kosch / Mark McKay / Burton Jones / Dan Blackburn / Mary Tillotson / John Camp / Larry LaMotte
  • Interviews: Abdullah Toukan
  • Taped Segments: oil spill in the gulf (including Abdulrahman Abdullah Al-Adi) / war polls / Navy Seals (including Tom Posgrove, Jeff Green, Doug Huth, Joe Poyer) / war merchandise / US war doctrine
  • Reporter(s):
    Blackburn, Dan;
    Camp, John;
    Jones, Burton;
    Kosch, Steve;
    LaMotte, Greg;
    LaMotte, Larry;
    McCoy, Molly;
    McKay, Mark;
    Moore, Rick;
    Randall, Gene;
    Ronan, Dan;
    Sallinger, Rick;
    Sharp, Peter;
    Tillotson, Mary
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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