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Gulf War Coverage -- CNN -- 02/15/1991 -- Friday #660701

CNN Special for Friday, Feb 15, 1991

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  • Reporters: Jonathan Mann / John Sweeney / Cassandra Henderson / Brian Todd / Peter Arnett / Gary Tuchman / Wolf Blitzer
  • Taped Segments: excerpt of military briefing by Richard Neal / excerpt of military briefing by Ahmed Al-Robayan / excerpt of military briefing by Niall Irving / excerpt of Pentagon briefing by Thomas Kelly
  • Coverage on "News Room" re: Persian Gulf War, including possible ground war, Allied war progress report, funeral march for civilians killed in bomb shelter, civilian casualties, Arab-Israeli relations, UN Security Council meeting, anti-war protest, war support rally, excerpt of interview with Bandar bin Sultan definition of Zionism, soldiers calling home.
  • Taped footage of interviews and statements from Brig. Gen. Richard Neal, Col Ahmed al-Robayan, Group Capt. Niall Irving, Lt. Gen. Thomas Kelly, U.S. Ambassador Thomas Pickering, Iraqi Ambassador Abdul Amir al-Anbari, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, Richard Bulliet, Yehuda Koppel, Anees Bargouti, and Marsha Warfield.

  • Reporter(s):
    Arnett, Peter;
    Sweeney, John;
    Tuchman, Gary;
    Blitzer, Wolf

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