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Saturday, March 22, 2003

Marine Hero Remembered

Marine Capt. Jay Aubin, who was killed in a military helicopter crash, was one of the first U.S. casualties of operation 'Iraqi Freedom,' his mother and aunt honor his memory on The Early Show.

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Kurds Defend Northern Iraq

Northern Iraq witnessed some fresh fighting, Allen Pizzey is with guerilla Kurdish troops who went into battle with a little help from American forces.

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Hans Blix Reacts To War

As the U.S. began its ferocious aerial assault on Baghdad, Harry Smith talked with Chief U.S. Weapons Inspector Hans Blix about his reactions to the start of the war with Iraq.

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Massive Anti-War March In NYC

Demonstrations against the war are taking place in the U.S. and around the world, protesters plan to converge again in New York City for one of the largest anti-war marches yet, Russ Mitchell reports.

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U.S. Takes Over An Nasiriyah

CBS News' Phil Ittner, embedded with the Army's 3rd Infantry Division, reports from the Iraqi city of An Nasiriyah which has just been taken over by U.S. forces.

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Daytime Air Raids

U.S. forces launched fresh daytime air raids over Baghdad as ground skirmishes continue, Thalia Assuras reports on fast-breaking developments from the Pentagon.

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Military Families Mourn Heroes

The war in Iraq is not without its casualties, CBS News' Vince Gonzales visited with several military families who are already mourning loved ones.

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Barrage On Baghdad

Coalition forces hit Baghdad with a massive barrage of firepower in the "Shock and Awe" campaign to demoralize Iraqi leadership. David Martin reports the military will still hit 1,000 targets.

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House To Pass Resolution

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill have set aside partisan differences to support American forces, the House is working on a resolution similar to the one passed unanimously in the Senate, Sen. Hagel explains.

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Home Security Strengthened

As the war advances, authorities at home are increasing security from tightening borders and airports to protecting food supplies, said Homeland Security official Randy Larsen, Hannah Storm reports.

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