Strike in the Gulf #833661
CNN Special for Wednesday, Jan 13, 1993
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Live CNN coverage and analysis of US air strikes against Iraq with Bernard Shaw (CNN) and Bobbie Battista (CNN), including: interviews with 52nd Squadron Commander Rick Hess, Henry Kissinger, former CIA Director William Webster, Navy pilot's wives Anne Polk and Holly Povee, Lieutenant Mitch Hayes and unidentified others, taped excerpts of statements by Saddam Hussein, George Bush, Sen. Robert Dole, US Central Command General Joseph Hoar, Secretary Marlin Fitzwater, Bill Clinton Communications Director George Stephanopoulos and Colonel Michael Hagee.
- Dulmage, Mark (CNN);
- McIntyre, Jamie (CNN);
- Holliman, John (CNN);
- Bierbauer, Charles (CNN);
- McDermott, Anne (CNN);
- Blystone, Richard (CNN)
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