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Sunday, March 14, 2004

Six Soldiers Killed In Iraq

Roadside bombs killed six U.S. soldiers in Iraq, as the military devises better ways to find these crude devices. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Spain's Socialists Win

Spain's opposition Socialist party won national elections. Voters seemed to rebuke the government's support for U.S. policy in Iraq. CBS' Allen Pizzey reports.

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Euro Fear Of U.S. Alignment?

Some European countries closely aligned with the U.S-led war in Iraq may believe they are all at risk for terrorist attacks, CBS News' Mark Phillips reports.

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A Look Back At War

One year later, CBS News' once-embedded journalists reflect on their coverage of the Iraq War.

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Spanish Election After Attacks

Turnout was high in Spanish elections in the wake of terrorist attacks. Voters appeared out to punish the government for its support of U.S. policy in Iraq. Alan Pizzey reports from Madrid.

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CBS's 'Embeds' Share Stories

The Iraq war tested the Pentagon's new policy of placing journalists within military units. Some 'embedded' CBS News correspondents shared their experiences as the war's first anniversary approaches.

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2 GIs Killed On Their 1st Day

In Iraq, two U.S. soldiers were killed on their first day on the job. And there is no evidence that the spreading violence is homegrown, CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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CIA Chief's Role Questioned

Senate testimony by CIA Director George Tenet has reignited the debate over war intelligence and called into question the role of the CIA chief in adivising policy makers. Joie Chen reports.

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