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Tuesday, August 17, 2004

Peace Bid, Bombs In Najaf

As a delegation arrived in the embattled holy city to pitch a peace plan to Muqtada al-Sadr, U.S. warplanes struck gunmen loyal to the radical Shiite cleric, Barry Petersen reports.

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U.K. Al Qaeda Bust

British authorities charged eight terror suspects with conspiracy to murder and with plotting chemical attacks. One is accused of planning U.S. attacks, Richard Roth reports.

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Najaf Combat

U.S. planes have bombed a cemetery in Iraq's holy city of Najaf during intense fighting with militants loyal to cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. Elaine Cobbe has more from Baghdad.

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Terror Cyber Sleuths

Computers have become a new weapon in the war on terror, both to promote it and fight it. Mark Phillips talks to a new breed of cyber-detectives patrolling the virtual world for real threats.

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'Open Water' Stars Chat

Open Water' stars Blanchard Ryan and Daniel Travis tell The Early Show's Laurie Hibberd about swimming with sharks in their low budget, Sundance hit.

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Bush/Cheney 'Intel' Ad

In an ad called 'Intel,' the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign challenges Senator John Kerry's stance on intelligence funding and criticizes his attendance record.

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Iraq Democracy Debate

As Iraqi officials fought over how to build a democracy, guerrillas targeted U.S. patrols in Baghdad. There were reports of two U.S. soldiers killed and a journalist kidnapped, Barry Petersen reports.

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