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The newly- elected leader of Spain is wasting no time making his anti- war sentiments known.
He's threatening to pull Spanish troops out of Iraq.
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And, a group of Bedford County students will get to re-trace the steps of D-Day soldiers.


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Sunshine for most will lead to rain showers for all. I'll have your forecast.
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Stay with us News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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The people of Spain are embracing a new government today, as they mourn the 200 people who died in last week's train bombings.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
It's a time of mourning and new leadership in Spain--
Spain's newly elected prime minister says unless the U-S surrenders military power in Iraq to the U-N, he's going to pull out hundreds of Spanish troops.
Jennifer Donelan has the latest.
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(( FOLLOWING A STUNNING ELECTION UPSET OVER THE WEEKEND...SPAIN'S PRIME MINISTER ELECT ALREADY HAS A TARGET DATE TO PULL SPANISH TROOPS OUT OF IRAQ. SOCIALIST JOSE ZAPATERO SAYS HE WANTS THE 1300 SOLDIERS HOME BY JUNE 30TH...CALLING SPAIN'S PARTICIPATION IN IRAQ A POLITICAL ERROR.
THE IMPACT OF THURSDAY'S TRAIN BOMBINGS WAS STILL BEING FELT ON SUNDAY WHEN ZAPATERO AND HIS FELLOW SOCIALISTS DEFEATED THE HEAVILY FAVORED POPULAR PARTY.

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THIS IS INCREDIBLE BECAUSE THE TERRORIST ATTACKS ARE THE REASONS FOR THE CHANGE.

(DONELAN STANDUP BRIDGE)

AND WHILE THE NEW GOVERNMENT PREPARES TO TAKE POWER NEXT MONTH....THE PEOPLE OF SPAIN ARE STILL STRUGGLING TO COPE WITH THEIR LOSSES....STILL PAUSING TO REMEMBER AND PRAY.

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AT NOON THERE WAS A MOMENT OF SILENCE AT THE ATOCHA TRAIN STATIONHERE IN DOWNTOWN MADRID....AND CITIZENS ALL ACROSS EUROPE ALSO STOPPED THEIR WORK DAY TO REFLECT.
....IN LONDON..OUTSIDE THE SPANISH EMBASSY...
....IN PARIS...PRESIDENT JACQUE CHIRAC LAID A WREATH.
....AND IN BRUSSELS AT THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION.
MEANWHILE INVESTIGATORS IN SPAIN PUSH AHEAD... SEARCHING FOR THOSE RESPONSIBLE. FIVE MEN ARRESTED OVER THE WEEKEND ARE BEING INTERROGATED, INCLUDING A MOROCCAN BELIEVED TO HAVE AL QAIDI TIES. OFFICIALS HAVE NOT YET OFFICIALLY BLAMED THE ATTACK ON AL QAIDA...BUT APPEAR TO BE HEADING IN THAT DIRECTION WITH EACH PASSING DAY.
JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS, MADRID
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In Afghanistan, U-S forces have launched a new campaign to catch terror leader Osama bin Laden and other Al Qaeda members.
Lara Logan reports.
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THE PRESSURE IS ON FROM ALL SIDES - EVEN IN THE HOSTILE TRIBAL REGION IN PAKISTAN WHERE OSAMA BIN LADEN IS BELIEVED TO BE HIDING.
PREVIOUSLY UNCO-OPERATIVE TRIBAL LEADERS HAVE AMASSED THEIR OWN FORCES AND AT THIS MEETING, MADE A PUBLIC SHOW DECLARING THEY WOULD HUNT DOWN ANY SUSPECTED AL QAEDA MEMBERS WHO WERE HIDING AMONG THEM.
IN AFGHANISTAN, THE COMMANDER OF ALL US FORCES TOLD CBS NEWS THEY EXPECT MORE FIGHTING WITH THE WARMER WEATHER HERE.

(LTG DAVID BARNO, US COMMANDER, AFGHANISTAN)

/to demonstrate that they still exist they're gonna have to come out. So we expect that they'll be trying to conduct their own limited versions of offensive operations this spring.
TO COUNTER THAT, THE US LAUNCHED OPERATION MOUNTAIN STORM LAST WEEK, ALONG AFGHANISTAN'S TROUBLESOME BORDER WITH PAKISTAN.
THIS IS THE MOST UNSTABLE PART OF THE COUNTRY, WHERE US TROOPS CONDUCT DAILY COMBAT PATROLS IN SEARCH OF THE ENEMY.

(CPL CHARLES RISING, 10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION)

"Some people think, like, the war is over. But it's not."
THE WAR ISN'T OVER FOR THE TALIBAN EITHER - AS THESE PICTURES OBTAINED BY CBS NEWS SHOW.
THE TALIBAN CLAIM THIS IS A RECENT ROCKET ATTACK ON A US BASE IN EASTERN AFGHANISTAN.
ON-CAM CLOSE: THE US ARMY HERE SAYS THE CHANGE IN CONVENTIONAL TACTICS HAS YIELDED BETTER INTELLIGENCE AND THAT'S PUTTING INCREASING PRESSURE ON OSAMA BIN LADEN AND HIS FOLLOWERS. BUT THEY'RE EAGER TO POINT OUT THAT FINDING THE AL QAEDA LEADER WILL NOT BE A MAGIC SOLUTION TO AFGHANISTAN'S PROBLEMS.REBUILDING THE COUNTRY IS THE ONLY THING THAT WILL KEEP TERRORISTS OUT - AND THAT WILL TAKE YEARS. LARA LOGAN, CBS NEWS, KABUL. ))

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Peace talks are off between Israeli and Palestinian leaders after the latest round of attacks in the Middle East.

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Israeli missiles hit suspected militant targets today in Gaza.
Authorities say the strikes were planned after yesterday's Palestinian suicide bombing that killed at least 10 Israelis.
It was the first such attack on a strategic target inside Israel, since the latest round of hostilities began nearly four years ago.
As a result, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon called off this week's scheduled peace summit.
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If you need to gas up today, be prepared to dig deeper into your wallet.
The Lundberg Survey of service stations across the country finds the average price has hit a record dollar- 77 a gallon.
That's a 26-cent jump this year.
Lundberg says what happens next is up to OPEC.

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Some Bedford County students will experience the 60th anniversary of the D-Day invasion where it happened.
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Five Bedford County high school students have been selected to take a three week trip to Normandy, France in June.
It is part of the Bedford International Student Alliance Exchange Program.
The students, two teachers, and 43 adults will follow the path of the Bedford Boys.
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((HELEN POPE/STAUNTON RIVER H.S. TEACHER: WE ARE GOING TO START BY GOING TO IVORY BRIDGE. WE'RE GOING TO SPEND THE NIGHT THERE. THIS IS WHERE THE BEDFORD BOYS TRAINED BEFORE THEY LEFT TO GO TO NORMANDY.))
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From there the group will head to Normandy and participate in the events marking the 60th anniversary of D-Day.
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((JULIE MAYHEW/LIBERTY H.S. TEACHER: THERE ARE ALL KINDS OF THINGS. THEY ARE LIFE LEARNING EXPERIENCES THAT THEY ARE GOING TO GET OUT OF THIS AND JUST THE FACT THEY GET TO SEE HISTORY IN THE MAKING, THEY GET TO BE PART OF HISTORY IN THE MAKING.))
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The groups will stay with French families and visit French schools.
In the past, French children have stayed in Bedford as part of this exchange program.
This will be the first time a delegation from Bedford has gone to France.
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Coming up after the break, we'll see what is being done to save a piece of state history.
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But first, neighbors say a man accused of mudering nine people, including seven of his own children, had an unconventional lifestyle.
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In Fresno, California, autopsies in the strange murders of nine people may be completed later today.
Now there's a report that the man charged with allegedly killing them, may have had help from one of his victims.
John Blackstone has more.
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(( As Fresno coped with the shock of the biggest mass murder the town can remember, many struggled to understand Marcus Wesson, the man suspected of killing nine people, including seven of his own children.
Neighbors say they rarely saw those in the house during the day but at night they'd come out to work on an old schoool bus.

(LINDA MORALES, NEIGHBOR) YOU COULD HEAR BANGING BANGING ALL THE WAY

OVER HERE. IT WAS EVERY NIGHT YOU SEE THE LIGHT SHINING FROM UNDER THE BUS- EVERY NIGHT- EVERY NIGHT.
Neighbor Linda Morales was shocked to discover seven of the murder victims were under the age of nine. She rarely saw children around the small house.

(LlNDA MORALES/ NEIGHBOR) THEY NEVER PLAYED OUT SIDE. LIKE NORMAL KIDS

WOULD COME PLAY OUTSIDE BUT I NEVER KNEW THERE WERE THAT MANY KIDS IN THERE
STANDUP: For months neighbors had wondered about the unusual family that had moved in here. One man, several women, There are suspicions of polygamy and incest.
But on Sunday two of Wessons sons came to the house to defend their father's name though they did not declare him innocent.

( SERAFINO WESSON, 19, SON)

ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN I DON'T KNOW MAYBE HE DID, MAYBE HE DIDN'T BUT HE'S SUCH A GOOD GUY I JUST CAN'T BELIEVE HE DID IT."
Q: YOU SAID YOU SUPPORTED HIM SON 2: "I DIDN'T SAY THAT, I SAID I LOVE MY DAD THAT'S ALL I SAID."
What neighbors now remember is a day of terror.

(LINDA MORALES, NEIGHBOR)

WOMEN WERE YELLING, SCREAMING ALL THE WAY DOWN THE STREET NOT BY BABY, NOT MY BABY.
Even investigators have been left shaken by the deaths of so many- so young. Jb cbs news fresno ))

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An historic home in Rockbridge County will survive well into the future if one group has its way.
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The Historic Lexington Foundation has been working on making basic repairs to the Roberson-Phalen (ROB-er-suhn FAY-len) house for about 10 months now. Groups members now hope to sell the house to someone who will fully renovate it for residential or business use.
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((LESLIE GILES/HISTORIC LEXINGTON FOUNDATION; IT'S UP AND READY AND AVAILABLE, AND WE CERTAINLY HOPE TO SELL IT WITHIN THE NEXT YEAR IF NOT SOONER, AND WE'RE LOOKING FOR THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE RIGHT NOW.))
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The majority of the house was built in 1826 and once served as a Methodist parsonage. The Historic Lexington Foundation bought the house about a year ago, and has already restored the foundation and shored up the interior supports.
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Mother Nature is getting a helping hand with replacing thousands of tree in Pittsylvania County.
As Jennifer Wishon tells us, it's an effort to help the ecosystem branch out into some different directions.
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This team of migrant workers is sowing millions of long- term investments in Virginia's largest county. [3:05:55 - NATS OF PLANTING CU]
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((DREW ARNN: PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY HAS A PRETTY LARGE WORKLOAD TREE PLANTING THIS TIME OF YEAR.))
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There are a number of state and federal programs to help land owners across Virginia absorb the costs of tree planting in an open field or areas that have been harvested. The government pitches in either a flat rate or percentage of the costs. [2:50:21 - NATS OF WORKER PUTTING TREES IN BAG] [RUNS:02] [2:37:11 - WALKING SHOT] Forester Drew Arnn is overseeing the plantings and says replacing harvested trees helps create diversity.
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((DREW ARNN: IF YOU WERE TO GET IN AN AIRPLANE AND FLY OVER PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY YOU WOULD SEE A GREAT MOSAIC OF DIFFERENT FOREST STAND TYPES AND DIFFERENT AGES OF TREES THAT CAN SUPPLY THE HABITAT NEEDED FOR PEOPLE AND WILDLIFE.))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/REPORTING: THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT WAYS FOR LAND OWNERS TO MANAGE THEIR TREE CROP. THE TREES BEHIND ME ARE SLATED TO BE THINNED WHICH WILL ALLOW THEM TO GROW, ALONG WITH THE INVESTMENT.))
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((DREW ARNN: PLANTING TREES TODAY THE SOONEST YOU COULD SEE A RETURN FROM IT WOULD PROBABLY BE 15 OR 18 YEARS [COVER BITE HERE] AND THE TREES ARE IMPROVING AS THEY'RE GROWING - THE GENETICS THEY'RE IMPROVING OVER TIME, YOU KNOW, THE TECHNIQUES IN WHICH THEY'RE DONE.))
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The technique of these workers is so efficient they're able to each plant about 4- thousand trees per day. And at that rate, sowing 35- hundred acres with two million trees will be a done deal in a matter of weeks. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Pittsylvania County.))
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Coming up next on the newscast, Leo will have our forecast,
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plus we'll see what the spring thaw has meant to a popular landmark in one country.
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It was a real meltdown in Argentina--
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A glacier that started to break down Friday for the first time in 16 years finally collapsed yesterday.
The Perito Moreno glacier, considered one of the most significant natural attractions in Argentina, had a wall of ice of more than 230 feet above the water's surface, and spanned more than a 100 square miles.
The region is a popular destination for tourists.
It still looks much like it did when Charles Darwin visited back in 18-34.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 94 points. The NASDAQ has lost 30.

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Coming up next, we'll have highlights from yesterday's race in Atlanta.
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Plus we'll have a beauty contest with some real dogs... and we mean it.
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The Liberty University women's team is headed to Philadelphia where they'll play the number 3 seed Georgia.


Meanwhile the lady Hokies get to stay right at home.
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Bonnie Henrickson's team is making their 7th NCAA appearance.
The 8th seed Hokies gathered to watch the selection show yesterday afternoon, and found out that they'll play 9th seed Iowa in the opening round.
Henrickson was an Iowa assistant from 1995- to 1997.
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[TAKE PINNACLE]
The Hokies and Hawk-eyes will play on Sunday at the Cassell.
Top seed Penn State faces Hampton in the other game in Blacksburg. Game times will be determined today.
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The Virginia Cavaliers will match up with George Washington in the NIT.
The Cavs and Colonials tip off Wednesday night at 7pm in Charlottesville.
It's the third straight season that UVA has played in the NIT, and the 11th time overall.
The Wahoos carry more than a little momentum to the postseason.
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All five of the ranked teams in the ACC entering the conference tournament lost this weekend, except Maryland, who almost missed making it into the NC double A tournament.
The Terps beat the Blue Devils in yesterday's final-- 20 years after their only other title win against the same team.
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Maryland rallied from 12 down with 3 minutes left, but Mike Jones got the Terps within one.
John Gilchrist, who ended up the tournament MVP; tied the game.
JJ Redick had a chance to win it for Duke, but the ball hit the rim and sent the game into overtime.
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In the extra session, Maryland took the lead and the win 95-87.
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After retiring early last week with handling problems, Dale Earnhardt, Junior had no such trouble yesterday in winning the Golden Corral 500 just outside Atlanta.
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Points champ Matt Kenseth had a tough time in the pits.
Kenseth spun, trying to get slowed down.
He did recover to finish 6th.
Jamie McMurray didn't fare much better, blowing up midway thru the race, falling out of contention.
Earnhardt got past Jeremy Mayfield in the closing laps, and held on to take the checkered flag for his second win of the season.
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And finally this afternoon--
Some creatures have a face only a mother could love.
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But yesterday in San Diego, being ugly had its rewards.
The local Kiwanis club sponsored a contest to find the ugliest dog in the city.
Over 400 dogs strutted their stuff, showing off their unusual markings, bad hair, and over- bites.
Some of the dogs even competed to see which looked most like its owner.
The event supported a good cause-- all proceeds went to San Diego non- profit animal organizations.
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