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Gulf War Coverage -- CNN -- 02/06/1991 -- Wednesday #661301

CNN Special for Wednesday, Feb 06, 1991

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  • Reporters: Sharyl Attkisson / Lou Waters / Frank Sesno / Christiane Amanpour / Richard Roth / Taylor Henry / Scott Pelley
  • Contributions: David Obey / Gary Ackerman
  • Interview: Queen Noor
  • Taped Segments: excerpt of speech by King Hussein / Iraqi soldiers surrender / status of Iraqi Republican Guard / 2nd Division Marine Corps / excerpt of speech by King Hussein / Iran's role in the war / Iraqi support in Iran / Tel Aviv and the war / interview with Queen Noor / Britain's Dutchess of York / F-15 pilots down four Iraqi jets
  • Coverage and updates re: the Persian Gulf war, including Iraq cuts diplomatic relations with Allies, letters to CNN, aftermath of Allied bombing of Iran.

  • Reporter(s):
    Amanpour, Christiane;
    Attkisson, Sharyl;
    Henry, Taylor;
    Pelley, Scott;
    Roth, Richard;
    Sesno, Frank;
    Waters, Lou

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