Iraq War Coverage #984399
FNC Special for Monday, Apr 07, 2003
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Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
Analysis includes the participation of
anchors Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade, Shepard Smith, Bridget Quinn, and Jon Scott (who is on location at Central Command Headquarters in Doha, Qatar),
Correspondents Greg Kelly and Rick Leventhal in Iraq,
Correspondent Steve Centanni in Kuwait City,
Correspondent Jennifer Eccleston at an Iraqi refugee camp,
and White House Correspondent Molly Henneberg.
Includes further participation by military analyst Lieutenant Colonel Bill Cowan (Ret.) and spokesman for the US Navy Captain Frank Thorpe. Also included is a live statement from Air Marshall Brian Burridge, Commander of British Forces in the region, and interviews with former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell and former envoy to Afghanistan, Ambassador James Dobbins.
Features live video from Washington, Kuwait City, and Baghdad.
- Centanni, Steve;
- Henneberg, Molly;
- Leventhal, Rick;
- Kelly, Greg;
- Eccleston, Jennifer
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