An unidentified News Caster is a female news reporter who can be heard giving the news at specific points in the game (mainly about the war in the Middle East). Her main purpose is to give the player background info on multiple events that happen in-game. However, not everything she says is the truth. She told the public that the "six day" campaign was just small military struggles and nuclear testing, while dismissing further investigations, namely that of the missing Estonian cargo ship. Her only appearance is in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
She says that Russia claims that the launched missiles were a test that fell well within UN Protocols, when in fact they were warheads aimed at the USA to cause mass death and destruction. This was probably information released by the Russian Government to keep things in order.
She also claims that the search for a missing cargo ship lost in the Bering Strait was called off. This is referring to the mission "Crew Expendable" in which a ship is sunk by missiles in the Bering Strait. However, she says the ship was lost "due to a major storm".
"After heavy fighting today, U.S. Marines began to push into the capital city, where Al-Asad is making his last stand. Fighting has intensified in the capital city. Anti-aircraft fire and burning buildings light the night."
— A news report given in the beginning cutscene of The Bog.
"...heavy fighting continued throughout the night as U.S. Marines continued to push towards the capital city in pursuit of Khaled Al-Asad. Sporadic fighting can be heard as the bulk of Al-Asad's forces fall back towards the Presidential Palace."
— A news report given in the beginning cutscene of War Pig.
"The Russian government released a statement today, confirming a series of nuclear missile tests in central Russia. Although world leaders were quick to denounce the action, Russian officials maintained that the missile test fell well within established U.N. protocols. No comment was received from the Ultranationalist Party, where rumors of a possible leadership struggle has just begun to surface. In other news, the search for a ship lost in the Bering Strait due to a major storm has been called off..."
— A news report given in the ending cutscene of Game Over.
"The Russian government released a statement today confirming the death of Imran Zakhaev. According to several reliable witnesses, the Ultranationalist leader, who started the brutal war in Russia, was killed while attempting to evade Loyalist troops at a safehouse in Grosme."