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Friday, April 9, 2004

Iraqi Violence Knows No End

Last year, Saddam Hussein?s statue was ceremoniously toppled in Baghdad signaling a sign of hope. Since then, a new wave of violence has emerged killing 640 U.S. military. Stacy Case reports.

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Kerry- Campaign & Catholicism

Democratic presidential contender John Kerry's support for abortion rights runs counter to the teachings of his church, and some religious leaders are voicing concern, Jim Axelrod reports.

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More Attacks On U.S. Troops

On the one year anniversary of the fall of Baghdad, attacks against U.S. troops continue. There are reports of casualties after insurgents attacked a convoy. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Shiite Unrest In Iraq

Wyatt Andrews reports on the rising threat in the southern Shiite region of Iraq, where the Bush administration banked on support, but where the stakes have become very high.

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Rice Testifies On 9/11

In testimony before the 9/11 panel, Condoleezza Rice said policy to deflect al Qaeda attacks was drafted early on, but panel members contend warnings were missed, Jim Stewart reports.

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Was Terror A Priority?

In her 9/11 testimony, Condoleezza Rice insisted the threat of al Qaeda attacks were a crucial issue for the White House, but a Congressional investigation says otherwise, Bill Plante reports.

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