Iraq War Coverage #886335
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 Heidi Collins and Aaron Brown, Senior International Correspondent Nic Robertson in Baghdad, correspondent Jane Arraf in Kirkuk, Senior White House Correspondent John King, National Security Correspondent David Ensor, journalist Mark Johnson of The Charlotte Observer, and journalist Dana Priest of The Washington Post.
Statements and analysis are provided by CNN military analyst General Wesley Clark (Ret.), New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, and Eason Jordan, the CNN Chief News Executive.
This hour features a report on coalition broadcasts on Iraqi State Television, a report on prospects for democracy elsewhere in the Middle East, as well as an interview with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and a report on Iraqi plots to assassinate journalists.
- Robertson, Nic;
- Arraf, Jane;
- King, John;
- Ensor, David;
- Johnson, Mark;
- Priest, Dana
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