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Monday, March 1, 2004

U.S. Marines Land In Haiti

U.S. Marines are the first wave of the U.N.-approved peackeeping force. Former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide has fled to to the Central African Republic. CBS News' Mark Strassman reports.

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Colin Powell On Haiti, Iraq

Secretary of State Colin Powell tells The Early Show what role U.S. Marines are expect to play in Haiti. He also defends the decision to go to war in Iraq.

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Dems Prep For Primaries

In the Democrats' last fiery debate before Super Tuesday, the candidates were aware just how much is riding on these key contests. CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports.

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Haiti Prez Cries Foul

U.S. Marines are in Haiti with the task of trying to restore order after the rebel uprising. And, Haiti's leader now says the U.S. forced him to resign, Mark Strassmann reports.

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Iraq Constitution Delay

The U.S.-appointed governing council in Iraq delayed agreement on an interim constitution. Elizabeth Palmer reports that council members are still battling over crucial provisions.

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Bush Message For Haiti

Dispatching the U.S. Marines to Haiti, President Bush urged the people of Haiti to reject violence and "give this break from the past a chance to work." Joie Chen reports.

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New Hunt For Osama

Spring's arrival for U.S. troops in Afghanistan means another big push in the hunt for Osama bin Laden. CBS News' Lara Logan reports.

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