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Iraq War Coverage #886305

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 Judy Woodruff and Wolf Blitzer.
  • Includes participation from; Leon Harris, John Irvine, Bob Nicklesburg, Rula Amin, Natl. Security Corresp. David Ensor, Brent Sadler, Sr. White House Corresp. John King, Heidi Collins, Martin Savidge, Connie Chin, Miles O'Brien, Fmr. NATO Supreme Commander Gen. Wesley Clark (Ret.), Candy Crowley, Senior Political Analyst William Schneider, Daryn Kagan, Christine Cupolo, and Lt. Cmdr. Mike Roberts.
  • Notable content: report on the "drama in Baghdad", report on the conditions of Baghdad during night time, discussion over the status of Saddam Hussein's regime, report on the Iraqi northern front, footage of speech with Vice President Cheney, footage of Marines combating rebels, interview with Cpl. Edward Chin's sister, analysis of the various high-priority locations in Iraq, report on future of leadership of Iraq, discussion on the world reaction to the fall of Saddam Hussein, report on letters from elementary school students to U.S. soldiers.
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