Nightline: Desert Heat #720834
ABC Special for Friday, Jul 26, 2002
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Live discussion with Chris Bury (ABC) and Director of National Security Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations Ken Pollack re: issues surrounding the United States military troops stationed in the Kuwaiti desert and their preparations for a possible war with Iraq. Taped segments with Don Dahler (ABC), United States Army Captain Stuart James, former Kuwaiti Ambassador to the United Nations Abdullah Bishara, United States Army Colonel David Lamm, Kuwaiti Army Chief of Staff Ali Almaman‡, United States Army Lieutenant Colonel George Geczy, father of missing Kuwaiti Abdel Hamid Al-Attar, Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Mohammed Al-Sabah, Soffa Al-Musade‡, ‘Al-Amba’ newspaper editor Bebe Almarzuk‡, and unidentified others.
- Dahler, Don
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