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Iraq War Coverage #886087

CNN Special for Tuesday, Apr 01, 2003

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Live CNN coverage of the U.S. military assault into Iraq

Coverage includes participation of Daryn Kagan, Bob Frankin, Chris Plante, Anderson Cooper, correspondent Ben Wedeman speaks on POWs, correspondent Rym Brahimi speaks on the tapes of Saddam and his sons, correspondent Alessio Venci speaks on controlling Nasiriya, Karl Penhaul speaks on the missile crisis in central Iraq, correspondent Chris Burns speaks on Bush's speech in front of the coastguard, Sean Pride speaks on his recruitment to the army, David Bowden with the Royal Marines speaks on patrolling the streets of Iraqi cities, Tom Mintier speaks on the firing on the van that did not stop at the checkpoint

Plante, Chris; Brahimi, Rym; Vinci, Alessio; Mintier, Tom; Penhaul, Karl

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