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Monday, March 24, 2003

Chemical Weapons Clues

As the 3rd Infantry Division pushes further into Iraq, they are encountering clues that Iraqi forces plan to use chemical weapons, Jim Axelrod reports.

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An-Nasariyah Delays

Fighting at an-Nasariyah led to the loss of 10 Marines and significant battle plan delays for thousands of American troops, John Roberts reports.

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Images of War

CBS News? Richard Schlesinger put the images of war into perspective.

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?Desert Storm? POW Tells Story

While Iraqi officials claim the U.S. POWs will not be harmed, their fate remains unclear, Bob Simon, a journalist held captive during the first Gulf War, shared his experience with Harry Smith.

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Former Defense Sec. Reacts

Former U.S. Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger talked to Hannah Storm to give his perspectives on the military?s tactics and progress towards Baghdad.

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Dangers Of War Reporting

Julie Chen, reporting from Kuwait City, takes note of the dangerous obstacles journalists face while reporting during times of war.

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U.S. Combat Visuals Released

U.S. Central Command released a series of aerial combat visuals during a press conference with Army Gen. Tommy Franks to demonstrate the accuracy of the military?s precision targeting methods.

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Defectors On Saddam's Torture

Defectors who were once inside of Saddam's inner circle of family and friends spoke out about the terror and torture inflicted by the Iraqi leader, in a 'Vanity Fair' article.

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Downed Chopper Pilots Missing

U.S. troops faced several tough challenges on the advance to Baghdad, with the pilots of a downed helicopter missing and resistance from Iraq's Republican Guard expected, David Martin reports.

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Families Of POW's Nervous

Most of the American 'Prisoners of War' in Iraq are from Ft. Bliss, Texas, Tracy Smith met with the anxious family and friends of the captives.

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Road To Baghdad Treacherous

Drew Levinson reports from Kuwait where oil fields are burning and U.S. forces have sustained many casualties along the road to Baghdad, with some troops now held captive by Iraqi soldiers.

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Saddam Appears On Iraqi TV

In an address that aired on Iraqi television, Saddam Hussein encouraged the Iraqi people to take a strong stand against the United States.

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Finding Saddam

Take a look at the plans for Saddam Hussein's $90 million underground bunker. Steve Kroft reports for 60 Minutes.

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A Fierce Day Of Fighting

David Martin reports that U.S. forces are within 100 miles of Baghdad. But coalition forces are still counting causalities after the toughest day of fighting yet in Southern Iraq.

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Iraqis Hold 5 U.S. POWs

Al Jazeera broadcasted video from Iraq of 5 American soldiers they had taken captive. The U.S. says Iraq is violating the Geneva Convention on prisoners of war, Richard Schlesinger reports.

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