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Saturday, March 29, 2003

News Through Students' Eyes

With a barrage of war images broadcast on TV, there are concerns about how children are coping, but Melinda Murphy met a group of students who took charge and created their own newscast.

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Investing In A War Economy

With the war affecting the nation's economy, Ray Martin has great advice for managing your investments in a turbulent and fluctuating market.

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View From Inside Baghdad

One of the few Western journalists still inside Baghdad, John Burns of the New York Times, describes the current scene inside the city.

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Fundraiser For KIA Soldiers

U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq since the war began left loved ones behind, but the Marine Corps is raising money to ensure their families are taken care of, WCBS-TV Brendan Keefe reports.

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Ramstein Treating Casualties

Soldiers injured in Iraq arrive at Ramstein Air Base in Germany for treatment, the best military hospital outside the U.S., Lara Logan explains.

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Relief Aid Arrives At Umm Qasr

Desperately needed humanitarian aid finally reached the Southern Iraqi port city Umm Qasr, guarded by a special military escort, Mark Phillips reports.

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Humanitarian Crisis In Iraq

Amanda Williamson, from the International Red Cross, offers more about the scope of the humanitarian crisis and relief efforts in Iraq.

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Baghdad Market Bomb

Iraq said a U.S. bombing today killed at least 58 people in a crowded Baghdad market. Dan Rather gets an update from the New York Times John Burns in Baghdad.

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Preparing For Baghdad

The U.S. army is preparing for the battle for Baghdad as officials are saying it could be a longer than expected war with a fiercer than expected foe, David Martin reports.

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Pentagon- Plans Are On Track

Gen. Myers comments on the status of operations, adding that Saddam's regime has lost control of 35-40% of Iraq and overall the U.S. military's 'plans are on track.'

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