Iraq War Coverage #886235
CNN Special for Monday, Apr 07, 2003
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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq.
Coverage includes the participation of anchors Judy Woodruff, Fredricka Whitfield in Atlanta, and Wolf Blitzer in Kuwait City, correspondent Ryan Chilcote, correspondent Bill Neely, Senior White House Correspondent John King, Richard Quest, correspondent Daryn Kagan, and correspondent Karl Penhaul.
Statements and analysis are provided by chemical weapons analyst Amy Smithson, Hisham Melham, Yasemin Congar, senior political analyst William Schneider, Private First Class Melony Marshall, Cwo. John Davis, Private First Class Tiffany O'Neal, and First Lieutenant Joe Bruhl.
This hour features a report on the possible discovery of chemical weapons, a report on conflict in Basra, a discussion on a summit in Belfast, a report on American opinions of Bush and the ongoing War in Iraq, and letters from soldiers in Iraq.
- Chilcote, Ryan;
- Neely, Bill;
- King, John;
- Quest, Richard;
- Kagan, Daryn;
- Penhaul, Karl
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