Iraq War Coverage #872960
CNN Special for Monday, Mar 24, 2003
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Live CNN coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq with anchors Paula Zahn, Leon Harris, and Bill Hemmer.
Coverage includes the participation of CNN News correspondents Jack Cafferty, Barbara Starr from the Pentagon, Walter Rodgers embedded with the US Army 7th Cavalry, Alessio Vinci embedded with the US Marines near Nasiriya, Iraq, Ben Wedeman, John King from the White House, Lisa Weaver embedded with the US Army, Matthew Chance from Ruwasheid, Jordan, and Ed Lavandera in New Mexico.
Analysis includes further participation by US Army Brigadier Gen. David Grange (Ret.), Con Coughlin from the London Sunday Telegraph, and Commander Jeff Zaun (Ret.).
Features live video from Kuwait City; Nasiriya, Iraq; and Ruwasheid, Jordan.
Includes brief taped statements from Saddam Hussein.
- Cafferty, Jack;
- Starr, Barbara;
- Rodgers, Walter;
- Vinci, Alessio;
- Wedeman, Ben;
- King, John;
- Weaver, Lisa;
- Chance, Matthew;
- Lavandera, Ed
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