Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

More than 260 prisoners are taken into custody in a pre-dawn U.S. Army raid near Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit (search), including one man on the United States' "most-wanted" list of former Iraqi officials (search).

Plus:

• President Bush pays tribute at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast to Hispanics who serve in the military and to the "army of compassion" that religious Hispanics form with prayer and good works.

• A six-member FBI team flies to Saudi Arabia (search), but a U.S. diplomat says the FBI will aid — not run — the Saudi investigation into the suicide attacks that killed 34 people this week, including eight Americans.

• Charges are being brought by federal prosecutors against two men allegedly behind the deadly 2000 bombing of the destroyer USS Cole in Yemen.

• Dozens of Israeli tanks stream into northern Gaza, with soldiers searching house to house for Palestinian militants in one of the largest operations in recent months.

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