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Tuesday, November 11, 2003

Bush Salutes War Vets

In a speech to honor U.S. war veterans at Arlington Cemetery, where 35 dead from Iraq are buried, President Bush called the Iraq war a "good and just cause," John Roberts reports.

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Malvo Uses Insanity Defense

Claiming that he was brainwashed by his older companion John Muhammad, 18-year-old Lee Boyd Malvo pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity at the start of his sniper trial, Thalia Assuras reports.

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Iraq Prisoners Qaeda Link?

As U.S. soldiers in Iraq quietly observe Veterans Day, there is word that some recently captured terror suspects in Iraq might have connections to al Qaeda, CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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Saudi Rulers Vow Crackdown

As the residents of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia try to recover from a deadly bombing that killed 17, officials are searching for evidence to link the attack to al Qaeda, Mark Phillips reports.

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White House Plane Scare

Fighter jets scrambled to intercept a small plane that breached the White House secure air zone, while on the ground Vice President Cheney was taken to a secure location, John Roberts reports.

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More Dead In Saudi Blast

At least 17 people were killed and more than 120 injured in a Saudi Arabia blast. Some blame Al Qaeda for the attack that targetted Arabs, Tom Fenton reports.

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