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Tuesday, July 13, 2004

Hunt For Osama

U.S. officials searching for Osama bin Laden believe he has settled in an isolated spot and if captured, it may not damage his terror network. CBS News? Lara Logan reports from Afghanistan.

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Bush Responds To Report

President Bush has responded to a Senate report that sharply criticized the intelligence used to justify the overthrow of Saddam Hussein. CBS News? Bill Plante reports.

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Qaeda Militant Surrenders

A wanted militant, said to have ties to Osama bin Laden and heard on tape calling Sept. 11 "a good job," turned himself in to Saudi diplomats in Iran, Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Bin Laden Family Expose

Dan Rather talks with a sister-in-law to Osama bin Laden, who has written a book on the family and her experience inside the society that produced the world's most wanted terrorist.

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Top Qaeda Fighter Surrenders

Suspected al Qaeda militant Khaled bin Ouda bin Mohammed al-Harby, who appeared in a videotape with Osama bin Laden, arrived in Saudi Arabia from Iran after surrendering.

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Hunt For Osama

In the continuing hunt for Osama bin Laden, officials say the elusive al Qaeda leader has taken refuge with a family in Pakistan and isolated himself from the outside world, Lara Logan reports.

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Bush Strong On War

Responding to reports of intelligence failure before the war, Pres. Bush defended his leadership since 9/11, and again backed his decision to go to Iraq even on bad information, Bill Plante reports.

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Chance Of Election Terror?

U.S. officials worried that the presidential elections could become a terror target say a solid defense plan needs to be set before voters set off to cast their ballots, Jim Stewart reports.

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