Iraq War Coverage #886291
CNN Special for Wednesday, Apr 09, 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 Michael Holmes and Richard Quest.
Includes participation from; Walter Rodgers, Rym Brahimi, Ron Martz, Steve Nettleton, Bill Neely, Robin Oakley, David Ensor, Alex Thomson, Mike Pechar, Richard Blystone, David Wimhurst, Antonia Paradela, Charles Hodson, Catherine Bond, Roland Huguenin-Benjamin, Thelma Gutierrez.
Notable Content: Baghdad reported to be "eerily calm", report of guerilla tactics in Baghdad, report of U.S. tanks and armored vehicles in northern Iraq, report on Iraqi torture chambers, report on "friendly fire" within coalition forces, report on death of journalists in Palestine Hotel, discussion on "friendly fire" incidents, report on whether or not Saddam Hussein survived a U.S. airstrike, reports on conditions in Basra, report on the Free Iraqi Fighters or FIF, report on civillian conditions in postwar Iraq, European economic forecast, report on Israeli air strikes in Gaza, report of massacre in Democratic Republic of Congo, report on SARS global death toll, report on overwhelmed hospitals in Baghdad, report on American Muslims' views of the war, report on Middle Eastern newspapers' views of the war.
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