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Iraq War Coverage #869907

CNN Special for Sunday, Mar 23, 2003

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
  • Coverage includes the participation of anchors Aaron Brown, Heidi Collins, and Wolf Blitzer, Medical Correspondent Sanjay Gupta, interviewing army surgeon Captain John Percibelli, correspondent Miles O'Brien, correspondent Jason Bellini, reporting that the Ba'ath Party headquarters in Iraq had been taken, and correspondent Christiane Amanpour, commenting on securing the oil fields of Iraq.
  • Analysis includes further participation by CNN military analyst General Wesley Clark (Ret.), New York Times journalist Michael Gordon, and analyst Bill Schneider.
  • Includes a panel discussion of journalist embedding. Personalities include Alex Jones, of the Harvard University Shorenstein Press Center, Geneva Overholser, of the Missouri School of Journalism, and former NBC correspondent David Margulies.
  • Features a taped segment by reporter Bill Neely about British forces .
  • Includes a brief interview with Anecita Hudson, the mother of American prisoner of war Joseph Hudson and a taped segment by correspondent Alessio Vinci.
  • Reporter(s):
    Vinci, Alessio;
    Gupta, Sanjay;
    O'Brien, Miles;
    Amanpour, Christiane
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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