Iraq War Coverage #886267
CNN Special for Tuesday, Apr 08, 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 anchors Aaron Brown and Michael Holmes.
Includes participation from; Rym Brahimi, Martin Savidge, Chris Dickey, Maj. Gen. Don Shepperd (ret.), Nic Robertson, James Kitfield, Richard Quest, Jonathan Eyal, and Robin Oakley.
Notable content: footage of conflict in Baghdad, analysis on Iraqi attitudes towards coalition forces, analysis of military operations in Baghdad, analysis of conditions for journalists in Baghdad, change of coverage from CNN U.S. to CNN international, report on U.S. advancement in Baghdad, information on fired upon Russian convoy, discussion on post-war government of Iraq, and report on disagreements within coalition forces.
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