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Iraq War Coverage #886328

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, Wolf Blitzer, and Judy Woodruff, correspondent Christiane Amanpour, reporting from Baghdad, correspondent James Mates, reporting on looting in Iraqi cities, correspondent Jane Arraf in Kirkuk, Iraq, White House Correspondent Chris Burns, Senior UN Correspondent Richard Roth, correspondent Maria Hinojosa, reporting on pro-troop demonstrations in New York City, correspondent Gary Tuchman, embedded with the US Air Force, Military Correspondent Miles O'Brien, correspondent Bruce Morton, reporting on the difficulty of establishing democracies, and correspondent John Vause, reporting on spreading chaos in Iraqi cities.
  • Analysis and statements are provided by Iraqi Ambassador to the United Nations Mohammed Aldouri, and CNN military analyst Major General Don Shepperd (Ret.).
  • This hour features an interview with Aidan Kingston, a former Ground Zero worker, as well as footage of a supply sortie in Iraq.
  • Reporter(s):
    Amanpour, Christiane;
    Mates, James;
    Arraf, Jane;
    Burns, Chris;
    Morton, Bruce;
    Roth, Richard;
    Vause, John;
    O'Brien, Miles;
    Tuchman, Gary;
    Hinojosa, Maria

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