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August 12, 1990 | JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anyone who dreams of U.S.-Soviet cooperation on a Persian Gulf battlefield would be rapidly disabused by talking to Anna Kalinov. The Moscow engineer with the careworn face has a good memory--and a son who is about to turn 18. "Only recently, we had Afghanistan, and our soldiers were sent there on a 'fraternal mission,' " Kalinov, a woman in her mid-40s, said Saturday as she juggled bags of groceries. "We know how this ended, with thousands of dead and wounded, and nobody to blame.
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September 19, 1990 | MICHAEL PARKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Saudi Arabia, long opposed to the Soviet Union's presence in the Middle East, now would welcome units of the Red Army if Moscow decides to join the multinational force confronting Iraq, the Saudi foreign minister said here Tuesday. The minister, Prince Saud al Faisal, said Soviet troops would be as welcome as Arab, American, West European and others have been in forging an international alliance to defend his country and to force Iraq to withdraw from Kuwait.
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August 14, 1990 | CAREY GOLDBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Defense Ministry on Monday denied Western reports that Soviet advisers are aiding the Iraqi army and that the Soviet navy has sent warships into the Persian Gulf. "The military advisers on the territory of Iraq are serving neither the president nor the armed services," the government newspaper Izvestia quoted Defense Ministry officials as saying. The officials specifically rejected a report by The Times on Sunday that quoted U.S.
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August 14, 1990 | CAREY GOLDBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Defense Ministry on Monday denied Western reports that Soviet advisers are aiding the Iraqi army and that the Soviet navy has sent warships into the Persian Gulf. "The military advisers on the territory of Iraq are serving neither the president nor the armed services," the government newspaper Izvestia quoted Defense Ministry officials as saying. The officials specifically rejected a report by The Times on Sunday that quoted U.S.
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September 19, 1990 | MICHAEL PARKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Saudi Arabia, long opposed to the Soviet Union's presence in the Middle East, now would welcome units of the Red Army if Moscow decides to join the multinational force confronting Iraq, the Saudi foreign minister said here Tuesday. The minister, Prince Saud al Faisal, said Soviet troops would be as welcome as Arab, American, West European and others have been in forging an international alliance to defend his country and to force Iraq to withdraw from Kuwait.
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August 12, 1990 | JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anyone who dreams of U.S.-Soviet cooperation on a Persian Gulf battlefield would be rapidly disabused by talking to Anna Kalinov. The Moscow engineer with the careworn face has a good memory--and a son who is about to turn 18. "Only recently, we had Afghanistan, and our soldiers were sent there on a 'fraternal mission,' " Kalinov, a woman in her mid-40s, said Saturday as she juggled bags of groceries. "We know how this ended, with thousands of dead and wounded, and nobody to blame.
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