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February 4, 1991 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
At nursing school back in India, they didn't tell them there would be times like this. In a wind-whipped tent at a refugee camp on the Jordanian desert, a handful of bewildered but plucky young women Sunday told a story of fear, frustration and escape from Iraq. They are the Indian nurses, a group totaling 112 who came to symbolize the confusion of the refugee trail out of embattled Iraq.
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February 4, 1991 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
At nursing school back in India, they didn't tell them there would be times like this. In a wind-whipped tent at a refugee camp on the Jordanian desert, a handful of bewildered but plucky young women Sunday told a story of fear, frustration and escape from Iraq. They are the Indian nurses, a group totaling 112 who came to symbolize the confusion of the refugee trail out of embattled Iraq.
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August 17, 1990 | Associated Press
India's foreign minister left for Iraq on Thursday night, saying he will appeal to President Saddam Hussein to avoid war and allow 185,000 Indian citizens to leave Iraq and Iraqi-occupied Kuwait. External Affairs Minister Inder K. Gujral said before departing on commercial flights via London and Amman, Jordan, that he hopes to help prevent a flare-up of hostilities in the Persian Gulf crisis that threatens economic and financial calamity for India, the world's second most populous country.
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August 17, 1990 | Associated Press
India's foreign minister left for Iraq on Thursday night, saying he will appeal to President Saddam Hussein to avoid war and allow 185,000 Indian citizens to leave Iraq and Iraqi-occupied Kuwait. External Affairs Minister Inder K. Gujral said before departing on commercial flights via London and Amman, Jordan, that he hopes to help prevent a flare-up of hostilities in the Persian Gulf crisis that threatens economic and financial calamity for India, the world's second most populous country.
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