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Iraq War Coverage #748902

CNN Special for Wednesday, Apr 02, 2003

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This hour of CNN coverage of the Iraq war contains a press conference, at which the first video of the rescue of Private Jessica Lynch is shown.

  • 6:06:10-6:36:40 Central Command Press Briefing from Doha, Qatar, with Brigadier General Vincent Brooks. Contains first available video of Jessica Lynch rescue.
  • 6:36:30-6:40:10 Correspondent Walter Rodgers gives a report on the march toward Baghdad of the 7th Cavalry.
  • 6:40:10-6:53:50 Central Command Press Conference continues.
  • 6:52:50-6:55:50 Bill Hemmer recaps the 7th Calvary story.
  • 6:55:50-6:57:00 Paula Zahn (New York) interviews three of Jessica Lynch's friends in Palestine, West Virginia: Maria Duckworth, Jessie Bailey, and Nickie White.
  • 6:59:20-7:00 At This Hour recap with Carol Costello.
  • Reporter(s):
    Rodgers, Walter;
    Zahn, Paula
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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