Iraq War Coverage #886292
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; Ron Martz, Walter Rodgers, Rym Brahimi, Carl Dinnen, Steve Nettleton, Bill Neely, French Foreign Minister Dominique De Villepin, British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, Michael McGinity, Chris Plante, and Richard Gaisford.
Notable content: majority of Iraqi soldiers reported to have given up, Baghdad reported to be "eerily quiet", report on conditions for U.S. military in Iraq, report of U.S. tanks and armored vehicles in northern Iraq, report of Iraqi torture chambers, footage of press conference dealing with U.N. involvement in Iraq, discussion of press conference, report of U.S.-led coalition bombing and Afghan deaths, report of conditions in Basra.
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