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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1991
Your article certainly relieved my anxieties with regard to the emir's minimal comforts and well-being. It is satisfying that our Army Corps of Engineers has materially assisted in this effort to provide adequate shelter for the emir. We must also give credit to our government for initiating the military action to restore the emir to his rightful position in Kuwait. Hopefully, the project will soon be completed so that restoration of water, power, food supplies, etc. for the citizens can proceed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1991
Your article certainly relieved my anxieties with regard to the emir's minimal comforts and well-being. It is satisfying that our Army Corps of Engineers has materially assisted in this effort to provide adequate shelter for the emir. We must also give credit to our government for initiating the military action to restore the emir to his rightful position in Kuwait. Hopefully, the project will soon be completed so that restoration of water, power, food supplies, etc. for the citizens can proceed.
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August 3, 1990 | CARYLE MURPHY, THE WASHINGTON POST
The emir's palace, a symbol of this wealthy but vulnerable nation, became a brutal battleground Thursday, pounded by Iraqi tanks and artillery and veiled in plumes of black smoke, as the Iraqi invaders overran the city. From the seventh floor of the Kuwait International Hotel, a few blocks from the palace, the day provided a vivid tableau of destruction. Through most of the day, the fighting was concentrated around the palace of the emir, Sheik Jabbar al Ahmed al Sabah.
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August 3, 1990 | CARYLE MURPHY, THE WASHINGTON POST
The emir's palace, a symbol of this wealthy but vulnerable nation, became a brutal battleground Thursday, pounded by Iraqi tanks and artillery and veiled in plumes of black smoke, as the Iraqi invaders overran the city. From the seventh floor of the Kuwait International Hotel, a few blocks from the palace, the day provided a vivid tableau of destruction. Through most of the day, the fighting was concentrated around the palace of the emir, Sheik Jabbar al Ahmed al Sabah.
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