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Iraq War Coverage #893402

CNN Special for Monday, Apr 14, 2003

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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq is a part of the Vanderbilt Television News Archive collection. For additional details contact the Archive by phone or e-mail.

  • Live CNN coverage of the conflict in Iraq with anchor Aaron Brown.
  • Includes participation from correspondent Fredricka Whitfield, Brig. Gen. Benjamin Freakley, 101st Airborne, Geoffrey Kemp, Nixon Center, David Ensor, Natl. Security Corresp., embedded correspondent Ryan Chilcote with 101st Airborne, David Albright, Fmr. U.N. Weapons Inspector, Matthew Fisher, National Post of Canada, Nick Robertson, Larry Kaplow of Cox News Service, Richard Murphy, Former Ambassador to Syria, and correspondent Ed Lavenderra.
  • Features taped video footage of soldiers in Tikrit, taped video footage of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, taped video footage of Secretary of State Colin Powell, taped video footage of soldiers inspecting mobile laboraties, live video footage of Baghdad, taped video footage of Baghdad, taped video footage of seven rescued POWs and their families, and taped video footage of the funeral of 1st Lt. Pokorney.
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