Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

President Bush is intensifying pressure on Iraq's Saddam Hussein, warning him that time is short for peaceful disarmament and conferring with British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Plus:

• A huge terror bomb demolishes a bridge about six miles from Kandahar, killing as many as 15 people and leaving body parts strewn about the twisted, mangled shell of a passenger bus.

• Throughout January, U.S. intelligence has detected substantial activity at North Korea's once shuttered nuclear facility, a possible sign it is getting ready to produce nuclear weapons.

• Israeli troops kill two Palestinians, including a fugitive Islamic militant, in a gun battle at a West Bank firehouse. As daily violence continues, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon tries to arrange a meeting with President Bush to discuss a U.S. peace plan.

Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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