Iraq War Coverage #886091
CNN Special for Tuesday, Apr 01, 2003
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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq.
Coverage includes the participation of anchors Bill Hemmer and Carol Costello, correspondent Tom Mintier, reporting from CENTCOM in Doha, Qatar, photo-journalist Bruce Burkhardt, correspondent Rym Brahimi in Amman, Jordan, correspondent Brent Sadler, near the Iran-Iraq border, photographer David Turnley, correspondent Mike Boettcher, reporting on the use of psychological operations against Iraqi forces, and correspondent Kyra Phillips, reporting on the use of dolphins to find mines in Iraqi waterways.
This hour features a press conference with Iraqi Minister of Information Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, as well as news of American forces killing seven civilians in Najaf.
NOTE: Light audio static is present throughout the hour.
- Mintier, Tom;
- Burkhardt, Bruce;
- Brahimi, Rym;
- Sadler, Brent;
- Turnley, David;
- Boettcher, Mike;
- Phillips, Kyra
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