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Iraq War Coverage #1014251

FNC Special for Monday, Apr 07, 2003

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  • Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
  • Analysis includes the participation of anchors Shepard Smith, Eric Shawn, and Page Hopkins, correspondent Greg Palkot in Amman, Jordan, correspondent Greg Kelly, embedded with the US Army 3rd Infantry Division in Baghdad, National Security Correspondent Bret Baier at the Pentagon, correspondent Mike Tobin at Central Command Headquarters in Qatar, White House Correspondent Wendell Goler in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Washington Managing Editor Brit Hume, and correspondent Chris Kline in Northern Iraq.
  • Includes further participation by radio host Sean Hannity, former Iraqi scientist Gazi George, and military analyst Maj. Gen. Burton Moore (ret.).
  • Includes recorded footage of UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and Deputy Director of Operations for Central Command, Brig. Gen. Vincent Brooks.
  • Features live video from New York, Washington, Amman, Baghdad, Doha, Belfast, and Northern Iraq.
  • Reporter(s):
    Palkot, Greg;
    Kelly, Greg;
    Baier, Bret;
    Tobin, Mike;
    Goler, Wendell;
    Hume, Brit;
    Kline, Chris

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