Iraq War Coverage #890839
CNN Special for Tuesday, Apr 15, 2003
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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq.
Coverage is provided by anchor Richard Quest, correspondent Michael Holmes, correspondent Andrea Catherwood, reporting on looting in Baghdad, journalist Michael Ware, of Time Magazine, National Security Correspondent David Ensor, European Union Political Correspondent Robin Oakley, Aaron Brown, Business Correspondent Charles Hodson, correspondent Glenn Van Zutphen, and correspondent Jim Boulden, reporting on radio self-censorship during war.
Statements and analysis are provided by British Foreign Minister Jack Straw, Dan Plesch, of the Royal United Services Institute, and Tom Hougaard of City Index.
This hour includes an interview with Linda Roth, a producer with CNN whose hotel room at the Palestine Hotel was breached by US Marines during an operation.
- Holmes, Michael;
- Catherwood, Andrea;
- Ware, Michael;
- Ensor, David;
- Brown, Aaron;
- Oakley, Robin;
- Hodson, Charles;
- Van Zutphen, Glenn;
- Bouldon, Jim
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