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Monday, September 16, 2002

White House 'Skeptical'

The White House is 'very skeptical' about Iraq's 12th-hour offer to give U.N. weapons inspectors unconditional access into the country, reports John Roberts.

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U.S. Has Al Qaeda Suspects

Ramzi Binalshibh, the alleged "20th hijacker," and four other al Qaeda suspects are being questioned in U.S. custody outside of Pakistan, reports Lara Logan.

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Uncle Defends Terror Suspect

CBS News? Bill Lagatutta speaks with the uncle, Abdul Noman, of one of the five men arrested in Buffalo, suspect Yasein Taher.

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Pakistani Capture

Joie Chen reports President Bush didn?t waste any time in hailing the news of the capture of a leading suspect in the Sept. 11 plot.

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Iraq Shoots Back

Mark Phillips reports that a top Iraqi official accused President Bush of a plan to dominate the world, starting with Iraq.

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Florida Terror Hoax

Mark Strassmann reports on daylong standoff in South Florida, where authorities shut down an Everglades highway after a woman overheard a suspicious conversation between three Middle Eastern men.

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