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Iraq War Coverage #886200

CNN Special for Sunday, Apr 06, 2003

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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq is a part of the Vanderbilt Television News Archive collection. For additional details contact the Archive by phone or e-mail.

  • Live CNN coverage of the conflict in Iraq with anchors Carol Costello in Atlanta and Bill Hemmer in Kuwait City.
  • Includes participation from Walter Rodgers with 3-7th Cavalry, Rym Brahimi in Amman, Jordan, Miles O'Brien, Kathleen Koch, Maj. Gen. Victor Renuart Jr., CENTCOM, Tim Ewart, ITV News, Brent Sadler in Northern Iraq, Jason Bellini with Marines MEU, Art Harris, 2nd Marine Division, Tom Mintier in Doha, Qatar, Capt. Frank Thorp, CENTCOM, Matthew Chance in Landstuhl, Germany, and Safeeq Ghabra American Univ., Kuwait.
  • Features coverage of: "makeshift morgue" in Az Zubayr, Iraq; U.S. troops working with Kurds on attacks against Iraq; civilian casualties; rescued POW Jessica Lynch's recovery; soldiers killed in action.

    {NOTE: Video problems/digital transcoding errors throughout the hour, particularly in the second half, occuring every few seconds.}

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