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In an address on Iraqi television, earlier today, the country's information minister threatened coalition troops with "non-conventional" attacks. The threat came as coalition troops tightened their grip on the area surrounding Baghdad.

And in a tape broadcast on Iraqi television, a man in full military uniform purporting to be Saddam Hussein read a statement calling on Iraqis to strike at coalition forces at the gates of the capital. Saddam, in his statement, referred to the March 23 downing of a U.S. helicopter, which means the tape was made after the war began.

What could "non-conventional attacks" mean? Is Saddam dead or alive? Was it Saddam on the tape or was it a body double? Is a full out assault on Baghdad next or does the U.S. led coalition strategy have other plans?

We'll have the latest from the battlefield and we'll talk about the coalition's plans with our FOX News military experts two former members of the U.S. Army, Col. David Hunt and Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely.

Plus, if Saddam is alive when we capture him where should he be tried for war crimes? We'll ask Case Western Reserve Professor Michael Scharf and Washington University's Leila Sadat.

Then, the anti-war movement seems to be losing most of its momentum. But we'll tell you who provided the dough that supported the big protests earlier this year.

Finally, a trip to Canada for a pee wee league hockey team from Brockton, Massachusetts turns very ugly when the kids witness a burning of the Stars and Stripes and a whole lot more. We'll talk with the team's coach Ernie Nadeau and two of the boys play on his team. 

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--The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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