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Tuesday, April 8, 2003

U.S. Fire Kills Journalists

U.S. forces in Baghdad continue their relentless assault on Baghdad with bombing missions and pockets of intense fighting. The media also came under U.S. fire, leaving 3 dead, Lara Logan reports.

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Caught In The Crossfire

With battles in some areas, and sporadic gunfire in others, civilians are getting killed and wounded. John Roberts reports from Baghdad.

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Iraqis Condemn U.S. Bombing

Lara Logan reports from the site of a U.S. bomb attack on a building believed to hold Saddam Hussein, distraught citizens said the area was residential and civilian homes were destroyed .

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Saddam, Dead Or Alive?

A ?leadership target? in Baghdad was bombed, destroying a building where Saddam and his sons were believed to be meeting, their status remains uncertain, David Martin reports.

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Troops In Baghdad

Dan Rather reports U.S. troops occupied parts of Baghdad for the first time, including forays into two of Saddam Hussein's palaces.

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Civilians Suffer In Baghdad

Lara Logan reports on the increasingly chaotic conditions in Baghdad, including a residential neighborhood that took a missile hit.

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Innocent Targets

U.S. Marines on the roads outside Baghdad found ammunition stored by Iraqi troops in schools, hospitals and libraries, John Roberts reports.

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