Iraq War Coverage #873052
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 Leon Harris, Paula Zahn, and Wolf Blitzer.
Coverage includes the participation of CNN News White House correspondent Suzanne Malveaux at MacDill Air Force Base, CNN News Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr, CNN News correspondent Martin Savidge embedded with the U.S. Marine 1st Battalion in Southern Iraq, CNN News correspondent Ed Lavandera in Fort Bliss, Texas, CNN News correspondent Gary Tuchman embedded with the U.S. Air Force, and CNN News correspondent Christiane Amanpour in Northern Kuwait.
Analysis includes further participation by CNN News military analyst U.S. Army Brigadier Gen. David Grange (Ret.), CNN News analyst Renay San Miguel, CNN News Bureau Chief Jill Dougherty in Russia, CNN News correspondent Rym Brahimi in Amman, Jordan, CNN News Senior European political correspondent Robin Oakley in London, and Howard Kurtz from the Washington Post.
Features live video from Kuwait City, Baghdad, and Northern and Southern Iraq.
Includes brief taped statements from President George W. Bush at MacDill Air Force Base, Brigadier Gen. Vincent Brooks at Central Command in Doha, Qatar, a taped segment provided by CNN News correspondent Aaron Brown regarding the various uses of wartime propaganda, and a taped segment provided by CNN News correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta embedded with the U.S. Military medical unit called the Devil Docs.
- Malveaux, Suzanne;
- Starr, Barbara;
- Savidge, Martin;
- Lavandera, Ed;
- Tuchman, Gary;
- Amanpour, Christiane;
- Brown, Aaron;
- Gupta, Sanjay
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