Anderson, Jon Lee
April 2003
New Yorker;4/14/2003, Vol. 79 Issue 8, p46
Relates the experiences of foreign journalists in Iraq during the U.S.-Iraq war in 2003. Hotels occupied by journalists; Encounters with wounded civilians; Selection of the Palestine Hotel as the press center; Meeting with tribal sheikhs and clan elders who went to Baghdad to express support for Saddam Hussein; Hospital rounds with doctor Osama Saleh; Description of Baghdad on the 14th day of the war.


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