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Tuesday, March 25, 2003

Camp LeJeune Grieves

Camp LeJeune, N.C., is hit hard by the news that soldiers that had trained at the base are among the war's first casualties, Bobbi Harley reports.

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Sandstorm Standstill

Marines have made progress on the road to Baghdad but movement was brought to a standstill with the severe sandstorm, Byron Pitts reports.

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Iraqi TV Outage?

David Martin reports the U.S. used an "e-bomb" to knock out Iraqi TV. South of Baghdad, a brutal sandstorm slowed the advance of U.S.-led troops.

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Battling Sandstorms

Jim Axelrod, with the Army's 3rd Infantry Division, reports on two big battles that took place south of Karbala.

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Obstacles For Air Support Crew

Navy jets surrounding Iraq continue to launch in a near constant stream to provide critical air support for ground forces, Cynthia Bowers reports on obstacles crews are now facing.

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Honoring Fallen Marine Heroes

The Pentagon identified seven U.S. marines killed in a violent firefight near an Nasiriyah, 21-year old Jose Angel Garibay was among them. His parents shared memories on The Early Show.

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Family Of POW Ronald Young

The official list of American POWs in Iraq grew by two after Officer Ronald Young and his crewmate did not return from an Apache helicopter mission, Hannah Storm talks with his parents.

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Iraqi Exile Reacts To War

Back in 1991, Zanaib al Suwaij fought to overthrow Saddam Hussein, she eventually fled Iraq with 19 friends and relatives crammed into one car, she offers her perspective on the war in Iraq.

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Reaction From Iraqi-Americans

Across the U.S., people are closely following the war, but none with the same intensity as those who come from Iraq, Melinda Murphy visited Dearborn, MI, home to the nation's largest Iraqi population.

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Journalist Stays In Baghdad

New York Times journalist John Burns is one of the last remaining Western reporters camped in Baghdad, he spoke to Harry Smith about the scene in the city.

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Counter-Terror Expert Analysis

Steve Pomerantz, former chief of counter-terrorism for the F.B.I., visited The Early Show with analysis of the intensified efforts to track and capture remaining Al Qaeda suspects.

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Troops Close In On Baghdad

Coalition forces have crossed the Euphrates river, a mere 50 miles outside of Baghdad, and are engaged in increasingly more intense fighting as they approach the city line, John Roberts explains.

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Weapons Expert On Chem. Threat

Stephen Black, a former U.N. Weapons Inspector, visited The Early Show to offer perspective on the suspected Iraqi chemical plant and the threat of chemical warfare in Baghdad.

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Friend Of Female POW

Shoshana Johnson, a single mom from Texas, is the only known female POW captured so far during 'Operation Iraqi Freedom,' her friend Theresa Rowland talks about Shoshana's intrepid nature.

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Sandstorms Hampering Troops

Sandstorms will likely delay the start of the battle of Baghdad, while Marines also advance on the 'chemical red line,' authorizing Iraqi soldiers to use chemical weapons, David Martin reports.

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The Cost Of War

Elizabeth Sanchez reports that President Bush?s estimated price tag for the war is a hefty $75 billion. He will make a formal announcement at the Pentagon today.

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Chemical Weapons Plans

Iraq's Republican Guard is authorized to use chemical weapons against U.S.-led troops who get too close to Baghdad, David Martin reports.

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FBI Terror Suspect Plea

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Northern Troop Arrival

American forces have begun arriving in Northern Iraq taking up positions in Kurdish-controlled territory, Allen Pizzey reports.

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