Iraq War Coverage #886122
CNN Special for Wednesday, Apr 02, 2003
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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq.
Coverage includes the participation of anchors Judy Woodruff, Wolf Blitzer, and Heidi Collins, correspondent Ryan Chilcote, embedded with the 101st Airborne Division, correspondent Ben Wedeman in Kalak, Iraq, Military Correspondent Miles O'Brien, meteorologist Jacqui Jeras, Senior International Correspondent Nic Robertson, in Ruwaished, Jordan, and correspondent Octavia Nasr.
Analysis is provided by CNN military analyst Colonel Pat Lang (Ret.), of the US Army.
This hour features taped video footage of US troops in Najaf, the rescue of POW Pfc. Jessica Lynch, an interview with her father, Greg Lynch, and rescued journalists with footage of freelance photographer Molly Bingham. Also included is coverage of Arab news reporting, live video footage of Baghdad, and live briefings with Ari Fleischer, White House Press Secretary, and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.
- Chilcote, Ryan;
- Wedeman, Ben;
- O'Brien, Miles;
- Jeras, Jacqui;
- Robertson, Nic;
- Nasr, Octavia
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