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Iraq War Coverage #886307

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 anchor Lou Dobbs.
  • Includes participation from; Heidi Collins, Craig Nelson, Martin Savidge, Jamie McIntyre, Gary Tuchman, Ben Wedeman, CNN Analyst Kenneth Pollack, John Irvine, Senior White House correspondent John King, Senior U.N. correspondent Richard Roth, Ryan Chilcote, and Brig. Gen. David Grange (ret.).
  • Notable content; report on various optimistic viewpoints of the fall of Saddam Hussein, reports on Iraqi attitudes after fall of Saddam Hussein, report on firefight with Marines in Baghdad University, report on the Pentagon's view of the fall of Saddam Hussein, report on American air coverage of Baghdad, report on Kurdish celebration of fall of Saddam in Erbil, discussion on influence of Saddam Hussein, report on Iraqi expression of freedom and advancement of U.S. military, report on what follows after the fall of Saddam Hussein, report on U.N. involvement in Iraq, commentary on words of Mohammed Aldouri, report on the "taking of Hillah", and analysis of military operations in Iraq.
  • Duration:
    01:00:00

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