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Saddam Hussein's Capture - 60 Minutes #751277

CBS Special for Sunday, Dec 14, 2003

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  • CBS weekly news magazine 60 Minutes reports and analysis, anchored by Ed Bradley, of the capture of Iraqi ruler Saddam Hussein.

  • CBS Pentagon correspondent David Martin offers a videotape report on the capture of Saddam Hussein.

  • Leslie Stahl interviews Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld what the capture means.

  • Analysis of interview Dan Rather did with Saddam Hussain in February, 2003. John Hopkins University Professor and CBS consultant Fouad Ajami comments about the interview .

  • CBS corresponent Thalia Assuras reports from Tikit Iraq about the capture .

  • Andy Rooney comments on the capture of Saddam Hussein.

  • Reporter(s):
    Assuras, Thalia;
    Martin, David;
    Rather, Dan;
    Stahl, Leslie;
    Rooney, Andy

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