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Saturday, February 21, 2004

Saddam Seen; Iraq Voters Wait

Ten weeks after his capture, representatives of the Red Cross visited former Iraq dictator Saddam Hussein. Also, the Iraq election timetable has been thrown into doubt, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Peace Plan Agreement In Haiti

A political breakthrough in Haiti may dampen the deadly violence there. The country's embattled president agreed to a U.S.-backed peace plan. CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports.

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The Patriot

Problems with the Patriot missile system that could cause it to shoot down friendly aircraft were not fixed before the weapon was deployed in Iraq and mistakenly killed three allied pilots. Ed Bradley reports.

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News Analysis

CBS News Analyst Jere Van Dyk discusses the rise of Muslim fundamentalism in Iraq and Afghanistan with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Post-Saddam Art

Allen Pizzey reports on the new artistic freedom in Iraq after Saddam's overthrow. Instead of painting official Saddam portraits, some artists are doing U.S. soldiers.

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