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Monday, March 17, 2003

Marine Chopper Prep

Marine helicopter gunners in the Gulf will soon quit practicing with live ammunition as they prepare for war, Byron Pitts reports on last minute preparations.

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War Security At Home

Bob Orr reports that security in the U.S. will be tightened in the opening days of the Iraqi war and the security level will soon be raised again to "orange".

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Terror Justice Curveball

Captured al Qaeda mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed threw the Justice Department a curveball, saying fellow terrorist detainee Zacarias Moussaoui was not part of the 9/11 plot, Jim Stewart reports.

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Iraqi Children And War

Mark Phillips reports on Iraqi children who are preparing for war in their own way.

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Bush Congress Reaction

The purpose of Bush's speech is a choreographed ultimatum for Saddam to leave Iraq or face military action. Members of Congress see little hope an invasion can be avoided, Bob Schieffer reports.

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Blair's Homefront Battle

Tony Blair is facing his fiercest political battle as a senior member of his political cabinet handed in his resignation in protest of Britain's support for war, Bill Whitaker reports.

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Iraq Invasion Plans

Jim Axelrod reports on what U.S. troops are planning for the initial invasion into Iraq.

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Israel Defense Preps

The Israeli military has told its citizens to prepare in the event that Iraq launches missiles at Israel as it did 12 years ago, David Hawkins reports.

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Troops In Qatar Prep For War

As the last attempts at diplomacy play out, the U.S. military is concentrating on its mission, the threat of war felt most intensely along the shores of the Persian Gulf, Julie Chen reports.

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Troops' Wait Nearing An End?

John Roberts is embedded with the battalion of U.S. marines prepared to pave the way for follow-on forces in Iraq at Bush?s command, their long desert wait may finally be nearing an end.

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Former Peace Negotiator?s View

Former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, who guided the successful Northern Ireland peace talks a few years ago, discusses the attempted peace negotiations with Iraq.

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Iraq Still Cooperating For Now

U.N. weapons inspectors know that an order to evacuate could come at any time, but despite an imminent U.S. attack, Iraq seems to still be cooperating, Lara Logan reports.

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Bush Delivers Iraq Ultimatum

The opportunity for diplomacy ends March 17th after President Bush bluntly announced the deadline marks Iraq's last chance for peaceful disarmament, Bill Plante explains.

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Clinton-Dole Debate U.N.?s Use

Former Pres. Bill Clinton and former Sen. Bob Dole spar on the continued usefulness of the United Nations on this week?s ?60 Minutes? segment of ?Clinton & Dole/Dole & Clinton.?

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Chirac Speaks On '60 Min.'

In an exclusive ?60 Minutes? interview, French President Jacques Chirac explained why he is proposing an added 30-day delay on any decision to use force against Iraq, Christiane Amanpour reports.

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Last Day For Diplomacy?

President Bush is reminding the U.N. of the Security Council's unanimous vote several months ago on disarming Iraq, and urged that the world body take immediate action to force disarmament.

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