Iraq War Coverage #886240
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 Larry King and Fredricka Whitfield, correspondent Gary Tuchman, correspondent Lisa Rose Weaver, embedded with the Air Force, Newsweek journalist Martha Brant, Al-Jazeera journalist Omar al-Issawi, British journalist Jon Snow, Berlin Bureau Chief Bettina Luescher, and Senior Pentagon Correspondent Jamie McIntyre.
Statements and analysis are provided by British Defense Minister Geoffrey Hoon, foreign affairs analyst Robin Wright, the founding member of Delta Force, Command Sergeant Major Eric Haney (Ret.), former Special Air Service member Andy McNab, and CNN military analysts Brigadier General David Grange (Ret.), and Colonel David Hackworth (Ret.).
This hour features news of possible chemical weapons in Karbala, as well as discussion concerning the possible death of Iraq President Saddam Hussein.
- Tuchman, Gary;
- Weaver, Lisa Rose;
- Brant, Martha;
- al-Issawi, Omar;
- Snow, Jon;
- Luescher, Bettina;
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