Gulf War Coverage -- CNN -- 02/24/1991 -- Sunday #661018
CNN Special for Sunday, Feb 24, 1991
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Reporters: Dave Michaels / David French / Wolf Blitzer / Mary Tillotson / Taylor Henry / Lucia Newman / Brian Jenkins / Richard Roth / Peter Arnett / Dan Blackburn Contributions: Michael Nicholson Interviews: William Taylor / Debbie Cathey Taped Segments: US Marines in Kuwait / Scud/Patriot missiles in Saudi Arabia / Allied warships / excerpt of interview with Francois Mitterrand / excerpt of speech by John Major / reaction from Hosni Mubarak / Jordanian support of Iraq / Israel and the war / Iraqi citizens in Baghdad / logistical preparation for the war Coverage and updates re: the Persian Gulf war, including the ground war, Jordan's role in the war, letters to CNN, Israeli soldier killed, Scud missile crashes in Saudi Arabia, Dan Blackburn reporting from Oceanside, California.
- Arnett, Peter;
- Blackburn, Dan;
- Blitzer, Wolf;
- French, David;
- Henry, Taylor;
- Jenkins, Brian;
- Michaels, Dave;
- Newman, Lucia;
- Tillotson, Mary
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