Gulf War Coverage -- CNN -- 02/04/1991 -- Monday #661231
CNN Special for Monday, Feb 04, 1991
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Reporters: Donna Kelley / Ralph Wenge / Tom Mintier / Sophia Manoes / Charles Feldman / James Hattori / Alex Thompson / Jan Hopkins / Dan Rutz / Richard Blystone Briefing: Dick Cheney Taped Segments: excerpt of interview with W. J. Wratten / USS Missouri / effects of Allied bombing on Iraqi citizens / Iran proposes peace initiative / bus attacked in Saudi Arabia / US citizens urged to leave Jordan / David Dinkins visits Israel / excerpt of interview with Chaim Herzog / excerpt of interview with Javier Perez de Cuellar / excerpt of interview with M. Javad Zarif / Charlie Battery / censoring of the war / bombs found near Norfolk Naval Air Station / "News from Medicine" re: burn centers / Israeli analysis of Saddam Hussein Coverage and updates re: the Persian Gulf war, including bombs found near Norfolk Naval Air Station, David Dinkins visits Israel, Iran's policy in the war, bombs found near Norfolk Naval Air Station, Iraq accused of using civilian sites for headquarters.
Live footage of a press conference with Dick Cheney.
Taped footage of interviews and statements from Capt. Bob Jasinowski, Air Vice Marshal W.J. Wratten, Maj. Gen. Robert Johnston, President Chaim Herzog, M. Javad Zarif, Secretary General Javier Perez deCuellar, Lt. Col. Bill Groening, PFC Henry Walton, Capt. Paul Hughes, Tony Clifton, Col. David McDine, Bob Simon, Treasury Secretary Nicholas Brady, Dr. Richard Treat, Martha Pratt, Lucy Johnson, David Castaldi, Mildred Bishop, Aharon Barnea, Amatzia Baram, Joseph Alpher, and Barry Rubin.
- Blystone, Richard;
- Feldman, Charles;
- Hattori, James;
- Mintier, Tom;
- Manoes, Sophia;
- Thompson, Alex;
- Hopkins, Jan;
- Rutz, Dan
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