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Gulf War Coverage -- CNN -- 02/04/1991 -- Monday #661224

CNN Special for Monday, Feb 04, 1991

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  • Reporters: Rick Moore / Molly McCoy / Rick Sallinger / Jennifer Michael / Mary Tillotson / Steve Kosch / Jim Huber / Todd Benjamin / Lynn Russell / Deborah Marchini / John Holliman / Anthony Collings / Stuart Varney
  • Taped Segments: friendly fire / B-52 crashes / bus attacked in Saudi Arabia / Iran proposes peace initiative / US helicopter crash / desert sandstorms / David Dinkins visits Israel
  • Coverage and updates re: the Persian Gulf war, including friendly fire, / B-52 crashes, bus attacked in Saudi Arabia, Iran proposes peace initiative, US helicopter crash, desert sandstorms, David Dinkins visits Israel, US citizens urged to leave Jordan
  • Coverage on " Business Day" re: US budget proposal impact on the military, Allie's financial contributions, Jordan receives oil from Syria, security and fear of terrorism at airports.
  • Live footage of an interview with Jim McCamant.
  • Taped footage of interviews and statements from Lt. Col. Keith Holcomb, James Blackwell, President George Bush, Governor Bill Clinton, Jim Burnett, Group Capt. Niall Irving, Gary Vitti, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney, Richard Darman, Rear Adm. Gene LaRocque, Representative Les Aspin, John Price, Robert Feldman, David Rothman, and Richard Copland.

  • Reporter(s):
    Tillotson, Mary;
    Michael, Jennifer;
    Collings, Anthony;
    Holliman, John;
    Sallinger, Rick;
    Varney, Stuart;
    Kosch, Steve;
    Huber, Jim;
    Benjamin, Todd;
    Russell, Lynn

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