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Iraq War Coverage #1013096

CNN Special for Saturday, Apr 12, 2003

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  • Live CNN coverage of the conflict in Iraq with Leon Harris (CNN) and Heidi Collins (CNN) with CNN Producer David Jolley in Germany, Daryn Kagan in Kuwait, Martin Savidge in Baghdad, Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr, CNN Military Analyst retired General Don Shepperd, CNNI contributor Mamoun Fandy, Ryan Chilcote embedded with 101st Airborne envoy re: latest news on the war in Iraq.
  • Taped excerpts of Iraqi looters, Private First Class Jessica Lynch’s return to the United States, statement made by Major Mike Young of U.S. Air Force on behalf of Private Lynch’s family, Saddam Hussein, operational update by Brigadier General Vincent Brooks of the U.S. Central Command, war recap of this day’s news, humanitarian aid reaching Dohuk, Iraq, wounded Iraqi civilians, an interview with Iraqi doctor Dr. Naffies Jassim, statement made by President George W. Bush on the war in Iraq, CNN White House Correspondent Chris Burns news coverage in Washington, D.C.
  • Includes other news items of the day.
  • Reporter(s):
    Jolley, David;
    Kagan, Daryn ;
    Savidge, Martin;
    Starr, Barbara

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