Iraq War Coverage #1012916
FNC Special for Tuesday, Mar 25, 2003
Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq. The US and coalition forces moving closer to Baghdad, and Basra is rumoured to be under liberation.
Includes a press conference from US Secretary of State Colin Powell and Spanish Foreign Minister Ana Palacio regarding War in Iraq and coalition military forces.
Analysis and reporting from Anchors John Gibson and Paige Hopkins, Mike Tobin (Fox News), Adam Housley (Fox News), Todd Connor (Fox News), Juliet Bremner (Sky News-UK), Major Garrett (Fox News), Judge Andrew Napolitano (Fox News legal analyist), and David Bowden (Sky News-UK).
Includes commentary from Al Lockwood (Royal Air Force), Sgt. George Hume (Royal Horse Artillery), Peter Feaver (Duke Political Science Professor and author), Michael Knights (Wash Inst Near East Policy), Michael O'Hanlon (Brookings Institution), Brigadier Jim Dutton (Royal Marines), and Lt Cmdr John Herriman.
Features live video from Iraq, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, and Washington, D.C.
- Tobin, Mike; Housley, Adam; Connor, Todd; Bremner, Juliet; Garrett, Major; Bowden, David.
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