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Friday, April 30, 2004

Bush, Cheney Satisfy Panel

Members of the 9/11 commission say they're pleased with the answers they got from President Bush and Vice President Cheney. Bill Plante reports on the testimony, which was given in private.

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Fallujah Deal In Place

There's a tentative peace plan in place for the besieged city of Fallujah, and Marines have slowly started to pull back from the town. Allen Pizzey reports.

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April Deadly In Iraq

On the final day of April, the deadliest month of the war, a suicide car bombing in Fallujah killed two Marines and wounded six others, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Troops Need More Humvees

Continued bursts of violence in Fallujah and the slaying of four U.S. civilian contractors prompted the military to order more troops and more armored Humvees, David Martin reports.

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Afghan Peacekeeping

Lara Logan reports U.S. troops in Afghanistan are making headway in the task of weeding out violent guerillas by becoming peacekeepers among the nation's people.

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Fighting In Fallujah

Amid violence that killed 10 soldiers, there was hope for a peaceful end to the standoff in Fallujah. Marines tentatively agreed to pull back, but new clashes broke out, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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10 GIs Die; Deal In Fallujah

A former general in Saddam Hussein?s military will help U.S. troops in Fallujah and at least 10 GIs were killed Thursday. CBS? Lisa Barron reports.

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GIs Killed In Iraq

A car bomb has killed U.S. troops in Baghdad, while the Marines are pulling back from Fallujah. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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