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Iraq War Coverage #873112

CNN Special for Friday, Mar 28, 2003

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Live CNN coverage of the conflict in Iraq.

  • Coverage includes the participation of anchors Aaron Brown and Daryn Kagan (in Kuwait City), CNN military analyst General Wesley Clark (Ret.), correspondent Art Harris, embedded with the Task Force Tarawa, 2nd Marines, journalist Jack Kelly of USA Today in Kuwait City, correspondent Jane Arraf in Harir, Iraq, and Military Correspondent Miles O'Brien with analyst General Don Shepperd.
  • This hour includes a live interview with Mark Kagan of the International Strategic Studies Association in Washington, as well as a taped interview with Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska, Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge, Representative "Duke" Cunningham, and Representative Charles Rangel.
  • Reporter(s):
    Harris, Art;
    Kelly, Jack;
    Arraf, Jane;
    O'Brien, Miles

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