Iraq War Coverage #886229
CNN Special for Monday, Apr 07, 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 anchor Paula Zahn.
Includes participation from; Bill Hemmer, Heidi Collins, Ron Martz, Martin Savidge, David Bowden, Carol Costello, Col. Mike Turner (ret.), Marie Colvin, Lisa Rose Weaver, Bill Neely, David Wimhurst, and medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen.
Notable content: footage from U.N. press conference, report on U.S. progress in Baghdad, report on presidential palace in Basra, report on Iraqi military strategy, report on Iraqi Freedom Fighters, Ali Hassan al-Majid reported dead, report with air defense artillery unit, report of the battle of Basra, report on resource crisis in Iraq, report on U.S. control of presidential palaces in Iraq, and report on pulmonary embolisms and death of NBC reporter David Bloom.
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