Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Jim Angle reports: The Bush administration is calling it a major blow to Al Qaeda. But Al Qaeda operational mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed's interrogators are racing against time trying to get information out of him. Plus, President Bush is not cheering at the destruction of the Al Samoud 2 missiles. We'll tell you why.

Guest preview: FOX News analyst Mansoor Ijaz tells us about the impact of the Al Qaeda capture.

Plus:

• A meeting of Gulf ministers fails to endorse a proposal by the United Arab Emirates calling on Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to step down in a last-ditch effort to avoid a U.S.-led war on Iraq.

• Israeli troops raiding a Gaza refugee camp arrest a Hamas founder, targeting the political leadership of the Islamic militant group for the first time in 29 months of fighting. Eight Palestinians, among them a pregnant woman, are killed in clashes in the camp.

• North Korea warns Sunday of "nuclear disasters" around the world if Washington attacks the communist state, while its civilian leaders urge greater cooperation between Pyongyang and Seoul to ease the crisis on the Korean Peninsula.

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