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Sunday, November 14, 2004

Soldier's Picture Stirs Mom

To millions of Americans, the famous gripping photograph of a U.S. Marine in Iraq symbolized all GIs in combat. But to his mother, the picture meant pride and immense relief. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Prep To Replace Arafat

The U.S. is working with its European allies to help the Palestinians organize elections to replace Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. David Hawkins reports of problem signs.

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Journalist Recalls Iraq Danger

This year been the deadliest year in a decade for journalists with 101 killed so far, many of which in Iraq. Tony Guida has the story of one American reporter's harrowing experience.

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War From Behind The Lens

Sunday Morning looks back at nearly 60 years of iconic war photography through the lens of Magnum photos, the agency co-founded by Robert Capa nearly 60 years ago.

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Violence Spurs Across Iraq

Many insurgents were routed from their base in Fallujah but violence is on the rise in other areas including Mosul, Ramadi, Baiji, Samarra and Baghdad. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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U.S. Claims Hold Of Fallujah

The U.S. military claims a major success in its battle for Fallujah after six days of heavy fighting. Troops still face pockets of resistance. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Fallujah Maelstrom

For now, the fight for Fallujah is still the linchpin of the U.S. effort in Iraq. Combat correspondent Elizabeth Palmer is embedded with the American forces.

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Rescue In Fallujah

As fighting continues to echo through the city of Fallujah, the challenges for rescue crews grow. Kimberly Dozier reports on the race to keep residents alive in a city that has become a battlefield.

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Succeeding Arafat

One day after Yasser Arafat's hurried burial amid thousands of mourners in Ramallah, David Hawkins reports that the maneuvering to succeed him as Palestinian leader has begun in earnest.

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