in the 1991 Gulf War
, but declined to do so in the current war?
UNICEF found that prior to the 1991 Gulf War
, Iraq had invested heavily in the health sector, making primary medical care available to nearly all urban residents and some 80 percent of the rural population.
UNICEF reported today that there are an increasing number of street children in Baghdad, a problem that did not exist in the country prior to the 1991 Gulf War
urged them to rise up against the vile dictator following the 1991 Gulf War
During the 1991 Gulf War
, this structure was raked by US military machine-gun fire; its present status is unknown.
At the time, the 1991 Gulf War
was the 'most televised conflict ever'.
But the most punishing damage was inflicted after the 1991 Gulf War
, when Saddam Hussein retaliated against Marsh Arabs--opponents of his regime--by digging two canals to divert the two rivers that for ages supplied them with water and their livelihood.
Though much touted prior to the 1991 Gulf War
, Patriots did nothing to stop the Iraq's Scud missiles, which were launched into Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Israel.
The Church of England sent clergy an updated version of a booklet called Pastoral Care of War Casualties and Next of Kin, first developed for the 1991 Gulf War
by the Archbishops' Council, reported the Church Times newspaper.
The Direct Marketing Association recently outlined some suggestions for DM campaigns based on lessons learned from the 9/11 attacks, the anthrax scares, and the 1991 Gulf War
29 per $100 of goods sold at the height of the 1991 Gulf War
Fighting in the 1991 Gulf War
lasted just more than a month but caused international air travel to drop 40%.