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Iraq War Coverage #873076

CNN Special for Thursday, Mar 27, 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, Correspondent Ryan Chilcote embedded with the 101st Airborne Division, Correspondent Bob Franken with the U.S. Air Force, Correspondent Ben Wedeman in Northern Iraq, Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr, Correspondent Jamie Colby in Fort Hood, Texas, Correspondent Maria Hinojosa in New York, and State Department Correspondent Andrea Koppel.
  • Analysis includes further participation by CNN News Analyst Ken Pollack, CNN News Analyst Renay San Miguel, CNN News Military Analyst U.S. Army Brigadier Gen. David Grange (Ret.), CNN News Military Analyst U.S. Air Force Gen. Don Shepperd (Ret.), and Rob Sobhani from Georgetown University.
  • Features live video from statements made by Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Baghdad, and Kuwait City.
  • Includes brief taped statements from injured U.S. Army Sgt. Charles Horgan in Germany.
  • Reporter(s):
    Malveaux, Suzanne;
    Chilcote, Ryan;
    Franken, Bob;
    Wedeman, Ben;
    Starr, Barbara;
    Colby, Jamie;
    Hinojosa, Maria;
    Koppel, Andrea
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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