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Monday, January 31, 2005

Experiment In Democracy

President Bush argues that Iraq's elections stand as a model for its non-democratic neighbors. With a good turnout, it appears that they are viewing it favorably, Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Mosul Defies Chaos

In one of the most dangerous cities in Iraq, the security force has been decimated. Now, after the election, it is time to rebuild. Kimberly Dozier talks to officials there.

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Counting Ballots, Bombings

One day after the historic election in Iraq, Prime Minister Ayad Allawi called for people to rally around democracy. But meanwhile, as Dan Rather reports, insurgent strikes against troops continued.

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US Ambassador Hails Elections

U.S. Ambassador to Iraq John Negroponte tells The Early Show about the historic Iraqi elections, what's next, and what it means to the American people.

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Vote Count Begins In Iraq

Votes were being counted the day after the historic election in Iraq. Dozens of people were killed on Election Day. CBS News' Dan Rather reports from Baghdad.

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Bush- Iraq Election Success

President Bush says Iraqis showed commitment to democracy on Sunday when they voted in the first elections since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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CDC Warns Flu Shot Waste

The government fears millions of flu shots will go to waste. CDC director Dr. Julie Gerberding tells The Early Show how states are being urged to offer shots to anyone who still needs one.

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News Analysis

Patrick Basham, senior fellow at the Cato Institute, discusses what Iraq faces after the elections with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Blasts Near Shiite Voters

CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from a Baghdad polling station where a mortar struck while she was interviewing voters.

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Voters Defy Danger In Iraq

Voters turned out in large numbers in cities in every part of Iraq. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports from her embedded position with the U.S. forces in Mosul.

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