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Iraq War Coverage #892829

CNN Special for Wednesday, Apr 16, 2003

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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq.

  • Live coverage of the conflict in Iraq with Larry King hosting Larry King Live.
  • Includes participation of correspondent Matthew Chance at the Landstuhl Medical Center in Germany and Senior International Correspondent Nic Robertson in Baghdad.
  • Includes live interviews with a panel of journalists specializing in the Middle East, including Bob Woodward of the Washington Post, Robin Wright of the LA Times, Matthew McAllester of Newsday, Janine Di Giovanni of the Times of London, and Jasim Al-Azzawi, anchor of Abu Dhabi News.
  • Also includes a live interview with Syrian Ambassador to the United States, Dr. Rostom Al-Zoubi.
  • Reporter(s):
    Chance, Matthew ;
    Robertson, Nic

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