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Sunday, December 14, 2003

Bush- Saddam To Face Justice

Speaking from the White House, President Bush said that Saddam Hussein?s capture marks the end of ?a dark and painful era,? in Iraq, but cautioned that it doesn?t mean the end of violence.

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General Details Capture

Speaking from Tikrit, Maj. General Raymond Odierno of the U.S. 4th Infantry Division talks about the details of Saddam Hussein?s capture and his living situation at the time.

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Pursuing Saddam

The dramatic news of Saddam Hussein?s capture ends a roughly eight-month saga of pursuit and rumors. Jim Axelrod reports on the long-running, high stakes game of hide and seek.

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Blair- New Era In Iraq

British Prime Minister Tony Blair hailed Saddam Hussein?s capture as the start of a new era for Iraq, saying the ousted leader, ?has gone from power, he won?t be coming back.?

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Cheers In Baghdad

Cheers erupted in Baghdad as U.S. officials showed proof that Saddam Hussein was captured. At a news conference they showed video of a bearded, but reportedly healthy Saddam, as Teri Okita reports.

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Bremer On Saddam Capture

Following the capture of Saddam Hussein, Paul Bremer, Administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority told reporters, ?Ladies and gentlemen, we got him ? The tyrant is a prisoner.?

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Strategy Behind The Raid

David Martin reports on how U.S. troops were finally able to zero in on Saddam Hussein in what is believed to have been just one of many hiding places.

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Iraqis Rejoice, For Now

Many of Saddam Hussein's former subjects celebrated his capture, but CBS News' Kimberly Dozier cautions that first reactions can be deceptive.

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Bush Reacts With Caution

News of Saddam's capture is a big boost for President Bush, but his public reaction has been with caution and restraint, CBS News' White House Correspondent John Roberts reports.

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Pictures Of The Payoff

Of all the pictures of the war in Iraq and its aftermath, footage of Saddam's capture may prove the most enduring of our times, CBS News' Byron Pitts reports.

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Saddam's Past And Future

Dan Rather looks at the past, present and hope of a better future in Saddam Hussein's ugly chapter of modern history.

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Is Osama Next?

If he is still alive, Osama bin Laden has an advantage as a fugitive that Saddam Hussein did not: he's a lot more popular in the Arab world. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Inside Saddam's Hole

A 600-man U.S. unit has seized Saddam Hussein near Tikrit. But the general in charge of the manhunt says Saddam did not run attacks on U.S. troops - at least not by himself, Thalia Assuras reports.

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Saddam Held, Bush Cautious

Saddam Hussein continues to be held at an undisclosed location after his capture in Tikrit. President Bush warns this does not mean the end of violence in Iraq, CBS News? Drew Levinson reports.

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Saddam Capture Video

U.S. forces release a video of a disheveled Saddam Hussein after his capture near his hometown of Tikrit. He gets a medical check without resistance after eight months on the run. NOTE: NO AUDIO

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Iraq's Oil Black Market

The U.S. is cracking down on the black market trade of gasoline in Iraq. Allen Pizzey reports on the oil woes that have Iraqis fuming at America.

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When The Wounded Come Home

Russ Mitchell reports on the struggles of American soldiers injured in Iraq once they return, and the therapy that is helping them cope.

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Bush In Halliburton Fray

To quell outrage following a Pentagon report that Dick Cheney's former company had overcharged for work in Iraq, Pres. Bush said he would demand the company repay the money, David Martin reports.

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