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Iraq War Coverage #893408

CNN Special for Thursday, Apr 17, 2003

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  • Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq.
  • Coverage includes participation by anchor Anderson Cooper, Senior International Correspondent Nic Robertson in Baghdad, correspondent Ben Wedeman in Erbil, Iraq, correspondent Matthew Chance at Ramstein Air Force Base, Senior Pentagon Correspondent Jamie McIntyre, correspondent Richard Blystone in Baghdad, Senior White House Correspondent John King, Senior Analyst Jeff Greenfield, and correspondent David Esnor in Washington.
  • Includes additional analysis by administrator for the US Agency for International Development Andrew Natsios, international terrorism expert Jim Walsh, and photographer Benjamin Lowy.
  • This hour features a report on the situation in Mosul, a report on seven rescued POWs, a report on humanitarian aid in Iraq, a report on the current US economy, and a report on the capture of terrorist Abu Abbas.
  • Includes live video from New York, Washington, Baghdad, Erbil, and Ramstein.
  • Reporter(s):
    Robertson, Nic;
    Wedeman, Ben;
    Chance, Matthew;
    McIntyre, Jamie;
    Blystone, Richard;
    King, John;
    Greenfield, Jeff;
    Ensor, David

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