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Wednesday, July 23, 2003

Dental Records Confirm Deaths

Dental records were used to identify the bodies of Saddam Hussein's sons, but while confirmation continues, a new Saddam tape was released and more attacks on troops occured, Aileen Sirgany reports.

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Bush To React To Killings

The White House is sure to welcome the news of the deaths of Saddam Hussein's sons in the midst of worldwide scrutiny for its reasons for going to war, CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Sons' Deaths Mixed Reaction

CBS News' Byron Pitts gets mixed reactions from Iraqis after the deaths of Saddam Hussein's two sons are confirmed and attacks continue against American troops.

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Could Deaths Aid Resistance?

Abdul Bari Atwan, editor of the Arabic newspaper Al Quds, tells The Early Show that the death of Saddam's sons may actually fuel the resistance.

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No 9/11 Smoking Gun

A Congressional inquiry concluded there was no single bit of evidence that could have prevented the 9/11 attacks, but the 800-page report criticizes U.S. intelligence agencies, Joie Chen reports.

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Hussein Boys Killed

In a Department of Defense briefing from Baghdad, Lt. Col. Ricardo Sanchez confirmed that Saddam Hussein?s two sons Odai and Qusai were killed in a raid in Mosul.

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Jessica Lynch Comes Home

She made headlines as a POW in Iraq, and now Jessica Lynch is on her way home where her community is throwing a gigantic celebration in her honor, as Stacy Case reports.

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