- Making News: Bush Delivers Remarks on Deaths of Uday and Qusay Hussein
President Bush appeared today in the White House Rose Garden with a statement on the deaths of Uday and Qusay, the sons of Saddam Hussein. Calling them -responsible for the torture, maiming and murder of countless Iraqis,- he concluded that -now, more than ever, all Iraqis can know that the former regime is gone and will not be coming back.- David Sanger is White House correspondent for the New York Times.
- Reporter's Notebook: Argentina-s President Kirchner Visits the White House
Nestor Kirchner is Argentina-s fifth president in four years, elected after years of political turmoil and financial chaos. He is meeting today with President Bush at the White House. What kind of support does he hope to win for his country? Freelance journalist Peter Hudson is following Kirchner-s visit from Argentina.
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