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Monday, December 29, 2003

More Iraq Attacks Expected

Kimberly Dozier reports U.S. forces in Iraq are expecting more violence in what they call desperate last-ditch mortar and bomb attacks by Saddam loyalists.

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Mad Cow Prevention

Nearly a week after mad cow disease first reared its ugly head in the U.S., the government says it will announce new safeguards to protect consumers, Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Stepping Up Airline Security

The government is ordering all foreign airlines to put armed air marshals on select flights to and from the United States. But as Teri Okita reports, not everyone is pleased with the rule changes.

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Iran Search Outlook Is Bleak

There's little hope of finding more survivors in southeast Iran, site of a devastating earthquake last week. The Early Show's Thalia Assuras reports.

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Dean's Views

CBS News campaign reporter Eric Salzman interviews Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean.

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Farmers Fight Back

A farmer demonstration in South Korea gets soggy.

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Iraq Enemy Changing

Two more U.S. soldiers were killed in Iraq even as commanders claim that attacks are decreasing. Kimberly Dozier reports how the nature of the enemy is changing.

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Iran Quake Kills Up To 30,000

The death toll in Iran's earthquake last week could reach 30 thousand after entire villages in the outskirts were destroyed, CBS News' Thalia Assuras reports.

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War On Terror V. Greenpeace

A federal judge will rule early next year if the government can use the war on terror as a reason to crack down on Greenpeace protest tactics. Jim Stewart reports.

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