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Thursday, March 27, 2003

Bush, Blair Continue Talks

President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair continue to discuss the allied war plan at Camp David, CBS News Correspondent Bill Plante reports.

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Marines Struggle Northward

John Roberts, with the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, reports on the grueling trek north to Baghdad.

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Bush Stays The Course

President Bush reiterated his commitment to spend as long as it takes to win the Iraq campaign, Bill Plante reports.

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Appendicitis Slows Soldier

Combat hospitals are set up across the war zone to treat soldiers with battle wounds, and other medical emergencies too, Julie Chen talked to a soldier whose appendix delayed his advance into Iraq.

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Iraq Hiding Chemical Weapon?

Scientist Gazi George says he is certain Saddam?s regime has weapons of mass destruction, because while working for Iraq?s Atomic Energy Commission, he was ordered to hide them, Hannah Storm reports.

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Pushing North To Baghdad

U.S. marines are making up for time lost during a severe sandstorm that swept Iraq, and following battle plans to continue the push toward Baghdad, John Roberts reports.

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Hometown Soldiers

Jim Acosta reports on an Ohio town that is hoping it won't pay a high price with its hometown soldiers fighting in Iraq.

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Search For The Roots Of 9/11

'New York Times' columnist Thomas Friedman hosts a documentary called 'Searching for the Roots of 9/11,' to probe the seeds of hatred that led to the worst terror attack on U.S. soil.

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Willing To Die For Saddam

The most vicious group of Iraqi soldiers to emerge in the war so far from the irregular forces is the Fedayeen Saddam. Translation: Those willing to die for Saddam, Randall Pinkston reports.

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