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Iraq War Coverage #886326

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 Leon Harris, Judy Woodruff, and Wolf Blitzer, correspondent Walter Rodgers, correspondent Brent Sadler in Kalar, northern Iraq, White House Correspondent Chris Burns, correspondent Renay San Miguel, and National Security Correspondent David Ensor.
  • Statements and analysis are provided by Michelle Flournoy, of the Center for Strategic International Studies, CNN analyst Ken Robinson, reporting on the surrender of part of the Iraqi Republican Guard, and CNN military analyst Major General Don Shepperd.
  • This hour features continued coverage of the suicide bombing in downtown Baghdad, an interview between Blitzer and Antonia Paradela, of the World Food Program, as well as news of the assassination of prominent Shi'ite cleric Abdul Majid al-Khoei. Further, this hour includes the first part of a press conference with Pentagon spokeswoman Victoria Clarke and Major General Stanley McChrystal, the Joint Staff Vice Director of Operations.
  • Reporter(s):
    Rodgers, Walter;
    Sadler, Brent;
    Burns, Chris;
    San Miguel, Renay;
    Ensor, David

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