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Iraq War Coverage #893422

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 Paula Zahn, correspondent Jim Clancy in Baghdad, correspondent Rula Amin, reporting on Iraq's progress in maintaining order and restoring water and power, correspondent Ryan Chilcote, reporting on the discovery of a bomb factory in Baghdad, Senior International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour, Justice Correspondent Kelli Arena, correspondent Jason Carroll, reporting on likely cases of SARS in New York City, and correspondent Bruce Morton, with a report on Arlington National Cemetery.
  • This hour features a discussion between Zahn, Hussein Ibish, Communications Director for the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee, and Dr. Jan Ting, professor of immigration law at Temple University, regarding civil liberties in a time of war.
  • Also included are interviews with Cindy Laquidera, attorney for the family of Scott Speicher, an American soldier missing in action since the Gulf War, and Dr. Stephen Baum, of the Beth Israel Medical Center.
  • NOTE: Audio noise occurs throughout this hour.

    Clancy, Jim;
    Amin, Rula;
    Chilcote, Ryan;
    Amanpour, Christiane;
    Arena, Kelli;
    Carrol, Jason;
    Morton, Bruce

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