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Friday, January 17, 2003

Should The U.S. Attack Iraq?

Iraq Debate: Former U.N. ambassador Ken Adelman believes the U.S. should attack Iraq to remove Saddam, while Phyllis Bennis, of the Institute of Policy Studies, opposes a U.S. invasion.

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High School Kids On War Draft

Some members of Congress are dabbling with the issue of bringing back the military draft, Tracy Smith got a mix of reaction from high school kids who would be next in line.

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Analysis Of Warheads Discovery

Stephen Black, a former U.N. weapons inspector who worked in Iraq, discusses the implications of the recent discovery of chemical warheads.

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Affirmative Action Challenged

President Bush filed a brief with the Supreme Court challenging affirmative action policies at the Univ. of Michigan, White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales explains why.

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More Troops Head For Gulf

Some 10,000 sailors and marines departed from California headed for the Persian Gulf, Sandra Hughes reports.

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Soldier's Waiting Game

American soldiers in Kuwait are playing war games to hone their skills for possible battle with Iraq. But as Byron Pitts reports, they're also playing a waiting game.

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Korea Tension Escalates

South Korea added to the tension in Korea saying its army is prepared for war. As Barry Petersen reports, the Bush Administration wants the nuclear weapons crisis resolved before any attack on Iraq.

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Turkey Calls Anti-War Summit

Turkey is urgently looking for a way to avoid an Iraqi war at all costs by calling for an anti-war summit next week with leaders from Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iran, Jordan and Egypt, reports Richard Roth.

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