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Friday, April 23, 2004

Coffin Photo Controversy

A woman was fired for taking a photo of flag-draped coffins of U.S. troops being flown from Kuwait. The Early Show's Jon Frankel reports on the military's controversial policy regarding photos.

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Coalition Officials On Rebels

U.S. Marines in Fallujah are threatening a new attack on rebels. Brigadier Gen. Mark Kimmitt and Chief Coalition Spokesman Dan Senor spoke to The Early Show about the tension there.

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U.S. Demands Iraqi Weapons

Iraqi insurgents in Fallujah have yet to turn over their arms, and U.S. Marine commanders are running out of patience. Kimberly Dozier reports on the conflict.

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Tight Lips On NK Train Crash

It's hard to get any information about a huge train explosion in North Korea. CBS News' Barry Petersen reports a wide range of reports puts the casualty count anywhere from a few dozen to 3,000.

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Retiree Benefits In Danger

Anthony Mason has the Inside Story on a recent EEOC decision that allows employers to drop health benefits for retirees at age 65, once they are eligible for Medicare.

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Saddam's Lawyer

The Devil's Advocate: Morley Safer interviews Jacques Verges, the man who will defend Saddam Hussein.

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Elusive Al Qaeda

Police raids to seek out al Qaeda have increased and more suspects rounded up, but the group's more disparate shape is making detection tougher, Richard Roth reports.

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Fallujah Time Running Out

The U.S. military says time is running out for insurgents holed up in Fallujah to hand over weapons and preserve the current cease-fire, Allen Pizzey reports.

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