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Iraq War Coverage #886118

CNN Special for Wednesday, Apr 02, 2003

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Live CNN coverage of the conflict in Iraq.

  • Coverage includes the participation of anchors Leon Harris and Bill Hemmer, Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr, correspondent Patty Davis, correspondent Rym Brahimi in Amman, Jordan, White House Correspondent Dana Bash, correspondent Ben Wedeman, correspondent Brent Sadler, correspondent Gary Tuchman, and Military Correspondent Renay San Miguel.
  • Analysis and statements are provided by CNN terrorism analyst Peter Bergen, Roland Huguenin-Benjamin, of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Lieutenant Colonel Mike Webb, of the U.S. Air Force, and CNN military analyst Major General Don Shepperd (Ret.).
  • This hour features reporting from CENTCOM, video footage of Saddam Hussein from Iraqi TV, coverage of recently captured and freed journalists now safe in Jordan, Al-Jazeera exclusive video footage, a report from Reuters, claiming, "Iraqi TV carries purported statement from Saddam, Iraqi TV announcer reads Saddam letter to his niece," and coverage of political cartoons from around the world.
  • Reporter(s):
    Starr, Barbara;
    Davis, Patty;
    Brahimi, Rym;
    Bash, Dana;
    Wedeman, Ben;
    Sadler, Brent;
    Tuchman, Gary;
    San Miguel, Renay
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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