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Iraq War Coverage #873045

CNN Special for Wednesday, Mar 26, 2003

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq with anchors Carol Costello, Anderson Cooper, Bill Hemmer, and Leon Harris.
  • Coverage includes the participation of CNN New correspondents Richard Gaisford embedded with British troops near Basra, Dana Bash from the White House, Ryan Chilcote embedded with the 101st Airborne Division, Tom Mintier from Central Command in Doha, Qatar, Rula Amin in Amman, Jordan, Chris Plante from the Pentagon, Bob Franken embedded with the U.S. Air Force, Michael Okwu at the United Nations, and Jerrold Kessel in Jerusalem.
  • Analysis includes further participation by Freelance Journalist David Jolley, CNN News analyst Renay San Miguel and military analyst U.S. Army Brigadier Gen. David Grange (Ret.).
  • Features live video from Baghdad, Iraq; Kuwait City; Doha, Qatar; Amman, Jordan; and a press conference in Baghdad with Iraqi Information Minister Mohammed Saeed Al Sahaf.
  • Reporter(s):
    Gaisford, Richard;
    Bash, Dana;
    Chilcote, Ryan;
    Mintier, Tom;
    Amin, Rula;
    Plante, Chris;
    Franken, Bob;
    Okwu, Michael;
    Kessel, Jerrold
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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