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Monday, May 3, 2004

Southern Sorrow

Bob McNamara has the Inside Story on an Arkansas town that was hit hard by attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq. Four National Guardsmen from the town were killed in a single mortar attack.

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Gen. Kimmitt On Hamill, Iraq

U.S. Brig. General Mark Kimmitt talks to The Early Show about the escape of former U.S. hostage Thomas Hamill, and the abuse of prisoners in Iraq.

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Pat Tillman Memorial Service

Ex-NFL player-turned-Army Ranger Pat Tillman, killed in action in Afghanistan, will be remembered at a memorial service in California. Carmine Gallo of KPIX San Francisco reports.

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Thrown Out Of Office

Chimbote Mayor Estuardo Diaz Delgado of El Santa province in northern Peru was literally thrown out of office after ignoring an order temporarily suspending him from his post.

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Ex-Hostage Heads To Freedom

U.S. hostage Thomas Hamill is now in a military hospital in Germany, where he will be reunited with his wife. CBS News? Jim Acosta reports from Baghdad.

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Kerry's Campaign Cash

Byron Pitts reports on presidential rival John Kerry's struggle to define himself to American voters, and the expensive campaign Democrats are now mounting to tell his story.

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Set Back To Sharon Plan

Members of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's party do not support his Gaza pull-out plan. This may be due to an attack that killed five Israelis, CBS' David Hawkins reports.

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U.S. Military's New Iraq Plan

Faced with mounting casualties, the U.S. military changes tactics in Iraq. For a look at miscalculations and course corrections, CBS News' Jim Stewart has more.

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11 GIs Killed; Hostage Freed

At least 11 U.S. soldiers have been killed in Iraq, marking 14 U.S. deaths in the first two days of May. Hostage Thomas Hamill escapes his Iraqi captors and is safe, Allen Pizzey reports.

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