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Iraq War Coverage #886314

CNN Special for Thursday, Apr 10, 2003

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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq.

  • Coverage includes the participation of anchors Aaron Brown and Heidi Collins, British journalist John Irvine, correspondent Bill Neely in Basra, Iraq, correspondent Brent Sadler near Kalak, Iraq, Lebanese journalist Sultan Sleiman, correspondent Martin Savidge with Marine Division Director of Strategic Command at CENTCOM Jim Wilkinson, correspondent Walter Rodgers, embedded with the 3-7th Cavalry, correspondent Bob Franken, with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Bruce Morton, and Chris Dickey of Newsweek.
  • Statements and analysis are provided by Air Marshall Brian Burridge, Commander of British Forces, Iraqi Ambassador to the United Nations Mohammed Aldouri, and Mohammed Kamal, of the University of Cairo.
  • This hour features coverage of the April 9th Fall of Baghdad, including live and taped video footage.
  • Reporter(s):
    Irvine, John;
    Neely, Bilil;
    Sadler, Brent;
    Sleiman, Sultan;
    Savidge, Martin;
    Rodgers, Walter;
    Franken, Bob;
    Morton, Bruce;
    Dickey, Chris

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