Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:
Iran denies it has nuclear weapons ambitions but the Bush administration doesn't believe it. The United States got some U.N. help on Iran, though not as much as officials had wanted. The International Atomic Energy Agency (search) called on Iran to allow tougher inspections of its nuclear program.
And though White House publicly downplays North Korea's (search) nuclear threat, Secretary of State Colin Powell is quoted as privately telling Asian diplomats it's this country's most urgent concern.
At least one American soldier is killed and two others are wounded in a rocket-propelled grenade attack on a U.S. military ambulance in southwest Baghdad.
The Air Force has decided not to court-martial (search) the two pilots who mistakenly bombed Canadian troops in Afghanistan last year, killing four.
Angry settlers get into bloody fistfights with soldiers and police trying to dismantle the West Bank settlement outpost of Mitzpeh Yitzhar, the first inhabited outpost being removed under a new U.S.-backed peace plan.
Details on those stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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