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Iraq War Coverage #1016658

FNC Special for Wednesday, Apr 09, 2003

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Live coverage of the US military assault into Iraq.

  • Live Fox coverage and analysis provided by anchor John Gibson, correspondent Simon Robinson in Baghdad, correspondent Greg Palkot in Amman, Jordan, correspondent David Chatar in Baghdad, correspondent Adam Housley in Kuwait City, correspondent Bill Neely in Basrah, Iraq, former military planner Lin Todd, research fellow at the Heirtage Foundation James Phillips, correspondent Greg Kelly embedded with the 3rd Infanty Division in Iraq, correspondent Peter Sharp in Northern Iraq, correspondent Tim Ripley in Doha, Qatar, Vice President for Foreign Affairs and Defense Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institution Danielle Pletka, correspondent Mike Tobin in Doha, Qatar, and judge Andrew Napolitano.
  • Notable content includes live footage of the US capture of Baghdad and the celebration by the Iraqi people, the current anarchy in Baghdad and Basrah, a discussion of the future govenrment of Iraq including potential candidates, and footage of the war still being fought in the north.
  • Live video from New York, Baghdad, Amman, Kuwait City, Doha
  • Reporter(s):
    Robison, Simon;
    Palkot, Greg;
    Chatar, David;
    Housley, Adam;
    Neely, Bill;
    Kelly, Greg;
    Sharp, Peter;
    Ripley, Tim;
    Tobin, Mike

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