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Iraq War Coverage #893415

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 anchors Daryn Kagan and Wolf Blitzer, Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr, State Department Correspondent Andrea Koppel, White House Correspondent Suzanne Malveaux, reporting from Crawford, Texas, correspondent Jim Clancy in Baghdad, correspondent Jason Carroll, financial correspondent Susan Lisovicz, correspondent Ben Wedeman in Iraq, correspondent Mike Boettcher with a report on the discovery of scientific papers of Dr. Rihab Taha, and Senior International Correspondent Nic Robertson, reporting on the community movements in Iraq to reestablish order.
  • Analysis is provided by Andrew Cockburn, author of Out of the Ashes.
  • This hour features the breaking news that Dr. Robert Atkins, pioneer of the Atkins Diet, has died. Also included is an interview with Koichiro Matsuura, Director General of UNESCO, regarding the looting of the Iraqi National Museum.
  • Reporter(s):
    Starr, Barbara;
    Koppel, Andrea;
    Malveaux, Suzanne;
    Clancy, Jim;
    Carroll, Jason;
    Lisovicz, Susan;
    Wedeman, Ben;
    Boettcher, Mike;
    Robertson, Nic

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