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Iraq War Coverage #985008

FNC Special for Thursday, Apr 10, 2003

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  • Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
  • Live coverage includes the participation of anchors Jon Scott, Bridget Quinn, Catherine Herridge, Correspondents Rick Leventhal and Chris Jumpelt in Iraq, Correspondent David Lee Miller at Central Command Headquarters in Doha, Qatar, Correspondent Heather Nauert in Amman, Jordan, Correspondent Jonathan Hunt in Kuwait City, White House Correspondent James Rosen, Pentagon Correspondent Major Garrett, and Correspondent Jeff Goldblatt in Dearborn, Michigan.
  • Includes analysis by forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, Fox Military Analyst Lieutenant General Thomas McInerney (Ret.), and Fox Business Managing Editor Neil Cavuto. This broadcast also features an interview with Treasury Secretary John Snow, a live statement from United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, and a press conference with Major General Victor Renuart in Doha.
  • Features live video from Washington, Amman, Baghdad, Kuwait City, and Dearborn.
  • Reporter(s):
    Hunt, Jonathan;
    Nauert, Heather;
    Miller, David Lee;
    Jumpelt, Chris;
    Leventhal, Rick;
    Garrett, Major;
    Rosen, James;
    Goldblatt, Jeff
    Duration:
    01:00:00

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