Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Mosul, Iraq's third largest city, is in the hands of the allies after an entire Iraqi army corps surrendered, leaving Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit as the last major holdout of his toppled regime.

Plus:

• The northern city of Mosul falls into U.S. and Kurdish hands with the surrender of an entire corps of the Iraqi army. The city quickly descended into anarchy, with looting, arson and shootings, and U.S. special forces were sent in to restore order.

• Coalition warplanes bomb a building believed to be occupied by Saddam Hussein's half brother, a close adviser who allegedly helped stash billions of dollars abroad for the Iraqi leader.

• Yemeni authorities are hunting for 10 of the main suspects in the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole after they escaped from prison.

• Lawlessness spreads in Baghdad even as the fighting dwindles to occasional bursts of machine-gun fire. Thousands of Iraqis -- including entire families -- go on looting sprees and plunder the engineering and nursing colleges.

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