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Wednesday, May 5, 2004

Star-Crossed Lovers

U.S. soldier Sean Blackwell and Iraqi doctor Ehdaa fell in love in Iraq, violated Army orders, and married. 60 Minutes' Scott Pelley brings the story of their reunion.

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Military Apologies

The U.S. military at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq apologized to people there for the abuse of Iraqi prisoners, but hundreds of protestors demanded action rather than words, Allen Pizzey reports.

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Congress Probes Abuse

In addition to punishing the low-ranking soldiers directly involved in abusing Iraqi prisoners, Congress is calling for accountability from top members of the military command, David Martin reports.

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4 U.S. GIs Killed

Fighting in Iraq has continued amid the POW abuse scandal. Jim Acosta reports four U.S. soldiers were killed in combat.

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Deaths Probed In POW Abuse

The Iraq prisoner abuse scandal escalates with confirmed investigations of a dozen or more suspicious deaths of POWS in U.S. custody. CBS News? David Martin reports.

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Bush Speaks On Arab TV

President Bush tells U.S.-funded Arabic satellite TV station al-Hurra that treatment of prisoners in Iraq was 'abhorrent' and does not reflect American values.(Courtesy al-Hurra TV)

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Peace in Fallujah?

While slowly taking control of Fallujah, an Iraqi led brigade is meeting expectations says the U.S. CBS News? Jennifer Miller reports.

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POW Abuse Probe

In addition to the abuse of prisoners in Iraq, the military says it is investigating the deaths of a dozen prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan, including at least two murders, David Martin reports.

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Sending More Troops

The Pentagon scrapped plans to reduce U.S. troop strength in Iraq. Some soldiers were en route home before the decision and will have to return, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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