Iraq War Coverage #886241
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 Aaron Brown and Fredricka Whitefield, Senior Pentagon Correspondent Jamie McIntyre, National Security Correspondent David Ensor, journalist Ron Martz, of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, correspondent Lisa Rose Weaver, Senior International Correspondent Nic Robertson, correspondent Dana Priest, correspondent Ryan Chilcote, embedded with the 101st Airborne Division, Senior White House Correspondent John King, Diplomatic Correspondent Robin Wright, and correspondent Martin Savidge, embedded with the 1st Battalion, 7th Marines.
Statements and analysis are provided by CNN military analyst General Wesley Clark (Ret.), General Benjamin Freakly, and former UN weapons inspector David Albright.
This hour includes footage of mourning Iraqis from Al-Jazeera.
- McIntyre, Jamie;
- Ensor, David;
- Martz, Ron;
- Weaver, Lisa Rose;
- Robertson, Nic;
- Priest, Dana;
- Chilcote, Ryan;
- King, John;
- Wright, Robin;
- Savidge, Martin
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