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Iraq / Baghdad / Capture / Al Qaeda #727087

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 27, 2003
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(Studio: John Roberts) The wounding of four Americans soldiers in downtown Baghdad, Iraq, reported.

(Baghdad: Elizabeth Palmer) The US efforts to silence Iraqi businessman Mohamed Zubaidi††, who has declared himself the mayor of Baghdad, & the Iraqi reaction to soldiers of the Iraqi National Congress head Ahmed Chalabi featured; scenes shown from Baghdad.

(Studio: John Roberts) The capture of Hossam Mohammed Amin††, another member of President Saddam Hussein's inner circle who was the chief liaison to U.N. weapons inspectors, reported.

(Baghdad: Thalia Assuras) The claim that documents have been found linking Saddam to Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden†† examined; scenes shown of file boxes & the rubble. ["Toronto Star" newspaper Mitch POTTER†- talks about the documents defining a Saddam-Al Qaeda relationship.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Statement from military investigators that they may have found evidence of chemical weapons in Bayji, Iraq, reported.

Roberts, John;
Palmer, Elizabeth;
Assuras, Thalia

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