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Gulf War Coverage -- CNN -- 02/16/1991 -- Saturday #660753

CNN Special for Saturday, Feb 16, 1991

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  • Reporters: David French / Charles Crawford / Jennifer Michael / Frank Sesno / Paul Davies / Tony Clark / Mike Chinoy / Carl Rochelle / Bob Beckel
  • Contributions: Barry Scweid / Carol Giacomo / Christopher Ogden
  • Taped Segments: excerpt of statement by Abdul Amir Al-Anbari / British Army / Gulf Cooperation Council meeting in Cairo / Yassir Arafat meets with King Hussein / Allied war objectives / Camp Cactus
  • Coverage re: Persian Gulf War, including Scud missiles attack Israel, Soviet diplomacy, war poll, possible overthrow of Saddam Hussein
  • Discussion on "The Press Goes To War" re: Iraqi peace proposal, US reaction to Iraqi proposal, Soviet diplomacy.

  • Preliminary Record.
  • Reporter(s):
    Beckel, Bob;
    Chinoy, Mike;
    Clark, Tony;
    Crawford, Charles;
    Davies, Paul;
    French, David;
    Michael, Jennifer;
    Rochelle, Carl;
    Sesno, Frank

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