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Monday, June 28, 2004

NATO Leaders Focus On Iraq

With the Iraq power transfer complete, NATO is pledging to help the new government's security efforts. Thalia Assuras reports on President Bush's summit with NATO leaders in Turkey.

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U.S. Hands Over Iraq

In a move to calculated to take rebels by surprise, the U.S. handed power over to Iraq's provisional government two days earlier than scheduled. Dan Rather reports.

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Terrorists Say They Killed GI

Neither the U.S. military nor the family of Spc. Keith Maupin is sure whether he is the man seen on a terror video apparently being shot and killed. David Martin reports.

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High Court Terror Rulings

In several rulings, the U.S. Supreme Court found that detained terror suspects do have some legal rights, reports Jim Stewart.

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Bush, Kerry On Vouchers

In the first of a month-long look at campaign issues, Byron Pitts looks at where the candidates stand on the issue of federally-funded school vouchers.

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U.S. Marine Held Hostage

The family of a U.S. Marine being held by extremists in Iraq is still hoping for his safe release after the handover of power today. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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U.S. Returns Power To Iraq

Iraq is officially being run by an Iraqi government tonight. The handover comes two days early with officials hoping the premature handover will throw off potential saboteurs. Teri Okita reports.

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Indian Holy Man's Journey

An Indian holy man, popularly known as Ludkan Baba or the 'rolling seer,' has reached New Delhi on his 1,500-mile rolling peace mission to neighboring Pakistan.

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Iraq Handover 2 Days Early

The U.S. hands over power to the interim Iraqi government two days early. President Bush reacts as new leaders are sworn in and U.S. administrator Paul Bremer leaves. Teri Okita reports.

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Bush Comments On Handover

While at a NATO summit in Turkey, President Bush gave a speech praising Iraq's new government and highlighting the country's positive changes over the past 15 months.

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Iraqis React To Handover

The Iraqi government has a tough road ahead, faced with insurgents who are now holding a U.S. Marine hostage. Kimberly Dozier reports on Iraq's reaction to the handover, and the security concerns.

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U.S. Returns Power To Iraq

The new Iraqi government has taken control of the country two days ahead of schedule. Dan Rather reports from Baghdad on the official transfer and also the new plans for Saddam Hussein.

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GI, 4 Others Hostage In Iraq

Terrorists are threatening to behead five hostages: a U.S. Marine, a Pakistani employee of a U.S. military contractor and three Turks. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Huge Protests In Turkey

President Bush met about 40,000 protesters in Turkey over the war in Iraq. Bush is attending the NATO summit starting with a formal affair amongst world leaders. CBS' Bill Plante reports.

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Rather- Saddam's Fate

As the U.S. tries for a smooth transition of power in Iraq, Iraqi authorities are preparing to take Saddam Hussein into their custody. Dan Rather reports from Baghdad.

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