Gulf War Coverage -- CNN -- 01/29/1991 -- Tuesday #660443
CNN Special for Tuesday, Jan 29, 1991
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Reporters: Lou Waters / Donna Kelley/ Peter Arnett / Wolf Blitzer / Charles Bierbauer / Anthony Collings / Gary Strieker / Richard Blystone / Katrina Daniel Taped Segments: Excerpt of Peter Arnett's interview with Saddam Hussein / reaction to Saddam Hussein's interview / Persian Gulf oil spills / Iraqi planes in Iran / US marines launch artillery into Kuwait / pilots return from bombing runs / profile on Saddam Hussein / bombing of Iraq / Israel restrains from attacking Iraq / "Volunteers for Israel" / "Science and Technology Today" re: new weapons of war / human US flag / support from Norfolk, Virginia Coverage and updates re: the Persian Gulf war, including Iraqi planes in Iran, caution against terrorism during George Bush's "State of the Union Address".
- Arnett, Peter;
- Bierbauer, Charles;
- Blitzer, Wolf;
- Blystone, Richard;
- Collings, Anthony;
- Daniel, Katrina;
- Kelley, Donna;
- Strieker, Gary;
- Waters, Lou
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