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Tuesday, July 29, 2003

'Saddam' Lauds Sons' Deaths

A new audio tape, purported to be Saddam Hussein, may finally confirm the death of his sons for Iraqis. Saddam calls the deaths "good news," saying his sons have become martyrs, Byron Pitts reports.

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Glimmer Of Mideast Peace

Abiding the U.S. peace map, Israel made a goodwill gesture and freed a few hundred Palestinian prisoners in return for a promise that militant attacks on Israelis will end, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Saddam Leaves New Recording

An Arab TV satellite station released a new audiotape purportedly featuring the voice of Saddam Hussein. In the tape Hussein acknowledges the death of his sons, Teri Okita reports.

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Bodyguard Now, Saddam Later?

U.S. soldiers will interrogate Saddam Hussein's recently-captured bodyguard in hopes of pinning down the location of the deposed leader, CBS News Correspondent Terri Okita reports.

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Seniors Hit By Interest Cuts

Seniors who rely on interest are struggling to make ends meet, after the federal government cuts interest rates to help many Americans CBS News' Mike Brzezinski reports.

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Seniors Bash Feds' Low Rates

Many retirees depend on interest from their savings as income, and they say the Federal Reserve's lowered rates are causing a cash crunch, Mika Brzezinski reports.

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A Soldier Honors Bob Hope

CBS' Bill Geist recalls his time serving the U.S. military during the Vietnam War, and his experience as part of the audience for a Bob Hope Christmas show in 1969.

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Bob Hope Dies At 100

Dan Rather reports on the death of America's beloved entertainer Bob Hope, who died in his home at the age of 100. Fans and friends from President Bush to Phyllis Diller share memories.

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