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Iraq War Coverage #886295

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 Carol Costello and Bill Hemmer.
  • Includes participation from; Lt. Gen.Ali Al-Mumin, Chris Plante, Rula Amin, Tom Mintier, Centcom Spokesman Capt. Frank Thorp, Lisa Rose Weaver, Jane Arraf, Baria Alamuddin, Dana Bash, Abul-Rida Assiri, and Red Cross Official Roland Hugenin-Benjamin.
  • Notable content: Interview with Lt. Gen.Ali Al-Mumin regarding humanitarian aid in Iraq, footage of celebrations of fall of Sadam Hussein, report that Baghdad is generally "eerily quiet" and lacks government workers, information on "Saddam City", interview with Centcom Spokesman Capt. Frank Thorp regarding post-war Iraq, report with Army V Corps 52nd Air Defense, reports regarding Middle Eastern views of the fall of Saddam Hussein, report regarding the White House's view of the fall of Saddam Hussein, and report from aid workers in Baghdad.

    {NOTE: noisy audio throughout recording.}

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