Iraq War Coverage #886237
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 Lou Dobbs and Fredricka Whitfield, correspondent Ryan Chilcote, embedded with the 101st Airborne Division, Senior Pentagon Correspondent Jamie McIntyre, Senior White House Correspondent John King, and International Correspondent Bill Neely.
Statements and analysis are provided by CNN military analyst Brigadier General David Grange (Ret.), former Secretary of Defense William Cohen, and F-16 pilot Lieutenant Colonel "Rob".
This hour features reports on the possible discovery of chemical weapons in Iraq, progress in Baghdad, an interview with an F-16 pilot, a report on a conference in Belfast regarding postwar leadership in Iraq, news of progress in Basra, a report on Saddam Hussein's debt, the status of government in Afghanistan, and a report on Iraqi Information Minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf.
- Chilcote, Ryan;
- McIntyre, Jamie;
- King, John;
- Neely, Bill
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