Iraq War Coverage #866113
CNN Special for Thursday, Mar 20, 2003
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Live CNN coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
Coverage includes the participation of anchors Christiane Amanpour, Wolf Blitzer, and Aaron Brown,
Correspondent Rula Amin in Jordan,
Correspondent Jane Arraf in northern Iraq,
White House Correspondent Chris Burns,
Correspondent Becky Diamond, aboard the USS Milius,
Correspondent Art Harris, embedded with the 3rd Battalion of Marines,
correspondent Miles O'Brien,
and Senior International Correspondent Nic Robertson.
Analysis includes further participation by CNN military analysts General Wesley Clark (Ret.) of the US Army and Captain Alec Fraser (Ret.) of the US Navy.
Features live video from Jordan, Washington, and Baghdad.
Includes brief taped statements from Iraqi Information Minister Mohammed al-Sahaf and President George W. Bush.
- Amin, Rula;
- Arraf, Jane;
- Burns, Chris;
- Diamond, Becky;
- Harris, Art;
- O'Brien, Miles;
- Robertson, Nic
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