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Wednesday, April 7, 2004

Extended Tour For Troops?

Donald Rumsfeld indicated that thousands of U.S. troops now in Iraq may be staying there longer than they expected, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Iraq Fighting Widespread

The renewed battle for control of Iraq raged for a fourth day with street clashes in nearly every corner of the country. At least 15 marines have been killed since Monday, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Revenge In Iraq Turns Deadly

At least 30 Americans have died in Iraq in what?s being called ?Operation Vigilant Justice?, a revenge on those who mutilated the bodies of four American civilians last week. Stacy Case reports.

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Military Families Wait In Fear

Waiting seems to be all military families can do, as the news from Iraq seems to get worse. Manuel Gallegus visited camp Pendleton where it?s feared some of the marines killed may be based.

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Military Families On Edge

Jerry Bowen reports from a California town where the families of several troops stationed in Iraq are weighted with fresh worries with the latest outbreak of violence.

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More Troops Needed?

Col. Mitch Mitchell (Ret.), a CBS News Military Consultant, spoke to The Early Show about the escalating violence in Iraq, and his belief that thousands of more troops are needed.

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Bush Reacts To Iraq

President Bush admitted the U.S. has "tough work" to do in Iraq. Support for his handling affairs there is slipping as U.S. casualties mount, Bill Plante reports.

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Iraq Military Analysis

CBS News military consultant retired U.S. Army Col. Mitch Mitchell tells Dan Rather that the U.S. military is short of numbers in Iraq.

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Bremer- Iraq Handover Date OK

Paul Bremer, the U.S. civilian administrator in Iraq, spoke to The Early Show about President Bush's plan to hand over control of Iraq at the end of June, and if that's still a viable goal.

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