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Tuesday, April 6, 2004

Fighting Flares In Iraq

U.S. marines were engaged in fierce fighting in at least five Iraqi cities. The Pentagon says up to 12 marines were reported killed in an attack near Ramadi, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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'Qaeda' Tape Claims Iraq Ties

An audiotape said to be from a militant with links to al Qaeda was posted on the Web. The voice claims responsibility for recent high-profile attacks in Iraq, Jim Stewart reports.

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Deadly Hunt In Iraq Continues

A deadly day for U.S. troops in Iraq as they hunt down insurgents responsible for killing four American civilians. Coalition forces are facing violent outbreaks across the country. Teri Okta reports.

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Bush Firm On Iraq Handover

Despite the growing unrest in Iraq, President Bush has no plans to delay the transfer of power there. CBS News? Bill Plante has details at the White House.

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More GIs Killed In Iraq

Four U.S. Marines were killed in action near Fallujah, as the U.S. tries to hunt down insurgents. Three more U.S. soldiers have been killed in Baghdad, CBS News? Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Cleric - U.S. A 'Serpent'

Richard Roth reports a volatile Shiite cleric now sought for arrest by U.S. forces has long opposed the U.S. presence in Iraq, and has often spoken publicly of his hate for America.

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Warrant For Shiite Cleric

The U.S. military has put a dangerous Shiite cleric, the ringleader behind recent violence and a suspect in a rival cleric's murder, at the top of its most-wanted list, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Shiite Cleric A Wanted Man

U.S. officials said that an arrest warrant has been out for months for one of Iraq?s most powerful Shiite clerics. The cleric is behind uprisings that left eight soldiers dead, as Teri Okita reports.

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