Iraq War Coverage #989302
FNC Special for Wednesday, Apr 09, 2003
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Live Fox News coverage and analysis of Operation: Iraqi Freedom with E.D. Hill, Steve Doocy, and Brian Kilmeade. US tanks in the center of the city as Iraqi civilians celebrate in the streets Baghdad. Soldiers receive good reception in the heart of downtown Baghdad but are aware of areas of small resistance elsewhere in the city.
Contributing analysis includes participation from Fox News correspondents David Lee Miller form Centcom Headquareters in Qater, James Rosen from the White House, Greg Kelly with the U.S. 3rd infantry in Baghdad, Oliver North with the First Marine Expeditionary Force, and Sky News correspondents Chris Jumplet and David Chater.
Coverage and analysis features interviews with soldiers, General Tommy Franks' spokesperson Jim Wilkinson, and Sen. Saxby Chambliss as well as a taped segment of statements made by President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair.
- Brown, Patti Ann;
- Miller, David Lee;
- Kelly, Greg;
- Rosen, James;
- Jumplet, Chris;
- Chater, David
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