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Iraq War Coverage #886311

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 Aaron Brown.
  • Includes participation from; Heidi Collins, Neil Connery, Craig Nelson, John King, David Ensor, Ben Wedeman, Simon Robinson, Christiane Amanpour, Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.), Jamie Colby, William Schneider, and Candy Crawley.
  • Notable content: report on the frontlines of Baghdad, report on the White House's view of the progress of the war, report on the possible whereabouts of Saddam Hussein, report on celebration of the fall of Saddam in Erbil, discussions on the fall of Saddam Hussein and its effects, analysis of military operations in Iraq, "Chemical Ali" reported to still be alive, report on Iraqi-American reactions to the fall of Saddam, footage of combat near Baghdad university, analysis of CNN polls, and report on the various "images of Baghdad".
  • Duration:
    01:00:00

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