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Monday, April 19, 2004

U.S. Cuts Fallujah Deal

U.S. forces and Iraqi leaders reached a tentative deal that calls for Marines to enter Fallujah with Iraqi security to seek the killers of four U.S. civilians, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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How Many Iraqi Casualties?

A U.S. mission in Fallujah to find the killers of four U.S. contractors became a full-scale battle, and upped resentment toward American forces as Iraqi civilians were killed, Allen Pizzey reports.

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Afghan Drug Wars

Randall Pinkston reports on the tense struggles between Afghan poppy farmers and officials who want the flowers, and the nation's heroin trade, to disappear.

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Kidnapped GI's Hometown Prays

The hometown of a U.S. soldier kidnapped in Iraq, Matt Maupin, is praying for his safe return. CBS News? Kelly Cobiella reports from Batavia, Ohio.

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How History Will Judge Bush

Bob Woodward describes the "broken down" relationship between Dick Cheney and Colin Powell, and asks President Bush how history will judge the war on Iraq.

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Powell- The Last To Know

Bob Woodward describes how Secretary Colin Powell was one of the last to be informed about the president's decision to attack Iraq.

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Excerpt- Woodward Interview

Bob Woodward, the author of the new book, "Plan of Attack," tells Mike Wallace that Vice President Dick Cheney was "fixated" on removing Saddam Hussein.

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