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Iraq War Coverage #893421

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 Arthel Neville and Lou Dobbs, correspondent Jim Clancy, reporting on the capture of Barzan al-Tikriti, Justice Correspondent Kelli Arena, covering the FBI's work to retrieve looted Iraqi treasures, correspondent Kitty Pilgrim, reporting on progress in establishing multilateral talks with North Korea, correspondent Bill Tucker, reporting on tensions over Iraqi oil, correspondent David Mattingly, reporting on the interim overseer of Iraq, General Jay Garner, correspondent Peter Viles, reporting on ethical infractions in the New York Stock Exchange, and Charles Feldman, reporting on the federal case against accused double-agent Katrina Leung.
  • An interview is provided by Richard Grasso, Chairman of the New York Stock Exchange.
  • This hour features an interview with George Shultz, of the Hoover Institute.
  • NOTE: Audio noise occurs throughout the hour.

    Reporter(s):
    Clancy, Jim;
    Arena, Kelli;
    Pilgrim, Kitty;
    Tucker, Bill;
    Mattingly, David;
    Viles, Peter;
    Feldman, Charles
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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