Iraq War Coverage #892832
CNN Special for Thursday, Apr 17, 2003
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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq.
Coverage includes the participation of anchor Carol Costello, correspondent Jason Bellini, Pentagon Correspondent Chris Plante, correspondent Mike Boettcher, reporting on the research of Dr. Rihab Taha, regarding anthrax tests in Iraq, correspondent Bill Tucker, reporting on contracts with French and German companies for the disposal of nuclear waste, meteorologist Chad Myers, correspondent Rula Amin, reporting from Baghdad, correspondent Ryan Chilcote, reporting on the discovery of a bomb factory in rural Iraq, Colleen McEdwards, reporting on SARS cases in Toronto, and a taped report by correspondent Josie Karp, featuring the last few moments of Michael Jackson's basketball career.
This hour includes a taped interview with the wife of a former prisoner of war in Iraq.
- Bellini, Jason;
- Plante, Chris;
- Boettcher, Mike;
- Myers, Chad;
- Amin, Rula;
- Chilcote, Ryan;
- McEdwards, Colleen;
- Karp, Josie
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