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Friday, April 16, 2004

GI Hostage On Al-Jazeera

Al-Jazeera aired a video showing a U.S. soldier identified as PFC Keith Maupin, of Battavia, Ohio, held hostage by insurgents in Iraq. He is shown held at gunpoint. (Arabic Language)

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Bush Blesses UN Plan

Speaking with Tony Blair, President Bush welcomed proposals by the UN outlining an interim Iraqi government, and said that the coalition would continue to work with the UN on national elections.

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Woodward's War Book

Mike Wallace has excerpts from his 60 Minutes interview with journalist Bob Woodward on his new book on the lead-up to the Iraq war.

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Bush, Blair United

In the wake of bloody violence in Iraq, the U.S. and Britain looked to the U.N. for aid, something leaders of the two nations scorned a year ago, Bill Plante reports.

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Bush Queried On Iraq Planning

At the joint press conference with British PM Tony Blair, President Bush was asked if he had Secretary Rumsfeld draw up war plans against Iraq just as the U.S. was beginning combat in Afghanistan.

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Military Wives Hurt By News

Thousands of U.S. troops are staying in Iraq three months longer than the one year they were promised. Two women married to soldiers staying in Iraq spoke to The Early Show.

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General- We'll Get Osama

A day after the release of a new Osama bin Laden tape, America's top general visited Afghanistan and vowed to find the al Qaeda leader. CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports.

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General On Troop Extension

Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. George Casey spoke to The Early Show about the announcement that thousands of troops will have to stay in Iraq past the end of their tours of duty.

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Bush, Blair To Talk Shop

British Prime Minister Tony Blair will be at the White House today for a meeting with President Bush. The two will discuss the worsening violence in Iraq, Bill Plante reports.

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Shaky Cease-Fire In Iraq

There is relative calm in Iraq, as mediators on both sides try to strengthen a cease-fire that is hanging on by a thread. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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Iraq's Weapons Caches

U.S. Marines in Fallujah have discovered several large stockpiles of weapons. Allen Pizzey reports rebels are using everything from knives and WWII rifles to soda cans stuffed with explosives.

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Rumsfeld Surprised By Attacks

In a rare concession, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld admitted that a year ago he could not have predicted the number of lives lost in Iraq, David Martin reports.

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Military Families Mourn

The last 15 brutal days in Iraq have brought at least 76 U.S. soldiers home -- not for happy reunions, but so loved ones could attend their funerals, Lee Cowan reports.

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