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Iraq War Coverage #890848

CNN Special for Tuesday, Apr 15, 2003

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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq.

  • Coverage includes the participation of anchor Aaron Brown, Senior International Correspondent Nic Robertson, correspondent Christiane Amanpour, Senior Pentagon Correspondent Jamie McIntyre, Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr, correspondent Sheila MacVicar in Damascus, Syria, correspondent Julian Manyon in Mosul, Iraq, correspondent Richard Blystone in Karbala, Iraq, and correspondent Jim Clancy in Baghdad.
  • Additional analysis provided by Military Analyst General Wesley Clark (Ret), former Assisstant Secretary of State Jamie Rubin, and Robert Perito of the US Institute of Peace.
  • Includes a report on restoring civil order in Iraq, a report on the rescue of POW, Private Jessica Lynch, a report on the tension between Syria and the US, a report on the looting of the Iraqi National Museum, and the story of a young civilian victim, Ali, as covered by the world press.
  • Includes live video from New York, Washington, Baghdad, and Damascus
  • Reporter(s):
    Robertson, Nic;
    Amanpour, Christiane;
    McIntyre, Jamie;
    Starr, Barbara;
    MacVicar, Sheila;
    Manyon, Julian;
    Blystone, Richard;
    Clancy, Jim

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