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Iraq War Coverage #873038

CNN Special for Tuesday, Mar 25, 2003

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
  • Coverage includes the participation of anchors Heidi Collins, Aaron Brown, and Wolf Blitzer, Pentagon Correspondent Jamie McIntyre, reporting that Iraqi State Television had been knocked out, Senior International Correspondent Nic Robertson, in Ruwasheid, Jordan, correspondent Jason Bellini, with a taped segment on the 15th Marine Expeditionary Force, correspondent Miles O'Brien, correspondent Daryn Kagan, reporting from Kuwait City, and Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour, reporting on security in Basra.
  • Analysis includes further participation by New York Times journalist Michael Gordon, CNN military analyst General Wesley Clark (Ret.). This hour also features a panel of journalists, including James Warren, of the Chicago Tribune, Margery Eagan, a columnist for the Boston Herald, and Evan Smith, the editor of Texas Monthly.
  • Features a taped segment by correspondent Maria Hinojosa on public support and dissent for the war in Iraq.
  • Includes an interview with director Michael Moore, who had recently given a controversial speech at an award ceremony.
  • Reporter(s):
    Robertson, Nic;
    Bellini, Jason;
    McIntyre, Jamie;
    Amanpour, Christiane;
    O'Brien, Miles;
    Hinojosa, Maria;
    Kagan, Daryn
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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