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Iraq War Coverage #869865

CNN Special for Saturday, Mar 22, 2003

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
  • Coverage includes the participation of anchors Leon Harris, Wolf Blitzer, and Paula Zahn, Correspondent Art Harris, embedded with the 3rd Battalion, White House Correspondent Suzanne Malveaux, Correspondent Martin Savidge, Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr, CNN producer Ingrid Formanek and Nic Robertson, recently expelled from Iraq, Correspondent Jane Arraf in northern Iraq, Correspondents Maria Hinojosa in New York and Jeff Flock in Chicago, covering protests, Correspondent Renay San Miguel, and Correspondent Gary Streiker, aboard the USS Roosevelt.
  • Analysis includes further participation by Turkish Ambassador to the US, Farouk Logoglu, with insight on recent reports of Turkish ground troops marching into Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq, CNN military analyst Brigadier General David Grange (Ret.), and analyst Bill Schneider on the president's approval ratings.
  • Features live video from .
  • Includes brief taped statements from General Tommy Franks.
  • During this hour, coalition forces claim control of Nasiriyah, protests gather in New York, Chicago and Atlanta.
  • Reporter(s):
    Flock, Jeff;
    Harris, Art;
    Hinojosa, Maria;
    Malveaux, Suzanne;
    Robertson, Nic;
    San Miguel, Renay;
    Savidge, Martin;
    Starr, Barbara;
    Streiker, Gary

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