Iraq War Coverage #886111
CNN Special for Wednesday, Apr 02, 2003
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Live CNN coverage of the conflict in Iraq with anchors Anderson Cooper in Atlanta and Daryn Kagan in Kuwait City.
Includes participation from James Wilkinson, CENTCOM spokesman, Scott Nelson, of The Boston Globe, Martin Savidge, embedded with 1st Battalion, 7th Marines, Karl Penhaul, embedded with Army, V Corps 11th Attack Helicopter Regiment, correspondent Chris Plante, correspondent Tom Mintier in Doha, Qatar, Saad Al-Ajmi, Fmr. Kuwaiti Info Minister, correspondent Rym Brahimi in Amman, Jordan, Diana Muriel, embedded with U.K. Army Desert Rats, and Capt. Al Lockwood, British Military Spokesman.
Features Al-Jazeera exclusive video footage, coverage of the rescue of Pfc. Jessica Lynch, with interview of her parents, live video footage of Baghdad, taped video of Tariq Aziz, Iraqui Deputy Prime Minister, and coverage of letters home from soldiers.
- Nelson, Scott;
- Savidge, Martin;
- Penhaul, Karl;
- Plante, Chris;
- Mintier, Tom;
- Brahimi, Rym;
- Muriel, Diana
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