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Wednesday, March 17, 2004

China Boom Helps U.S

Barry Petersen has the Inside Story on how a growing number of Americans are benefiting from China's booming economy.

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Baghdad Hotel Bomb Horror

Terrorists struck hard in the heart of Baghdad, setting off a deadly car bomb blast that killed at least 27 people and destroyed a hotel, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Baghdad Bomb Suspect

David Martin reports the prime suspect in Baghdad's deadly hotel bombing is a man named Abu al Zarqawi, who U.S. officials say is communicating with al Qaeda leaders in Iran.

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Baghdad Hotel Blast

The U.S. military says at least 27 people were killed and 41 hurt in a blast outside a Baghdad hotel. Charlie D'Agata arrived at the scene just a short time after the explosion.

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Blast In Baghdad

An explosion ripped through a hotel and neighboring houses in Baghdad. Dozens of deaths and injuries are reported, and others still trapped under the rubble, reports Chris Lawrence.

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Explosion Rocks Baghdad

Watch the fiery aftermath of a huge explosion that destroyed a hotel in central Baghdad (Arabic language).

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U.S. Searches Baghdad

Thousands of U.S. troops in Iraq are sweeping through parts of Baghdad trying to shut down enemy attacks. CBS News? Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Kerry's Attack Ad

Sen. John Kerry's attack ad on President Bush, made in response to Mr. Bush's own attack ad.

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New Poll Has Bush On Top

A CBS News/New York Times poll has President Bush taking the lead from Sen. John Kerry. The overall numbers are close, but voters seem to prefer Mr. Bush on international affairs, Bill Plante reports.

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Civilians Killed In Iraq

Civilians were in the crosshairs in Iraq in separate attacks that killed four Americans, three Iraqis and two Europeans, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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