Jim Angle reports: President Bush says he remains convinced that Saddam Hussein (search) was trying to develop weapons of mass destruction and defends the quality of intelligence he received as "darn good."

President Bush, mulling whether to send U.S. troops to enforce a fragile cease-fire in Liberia (search), is faces the world leader who has pushed most aggressively for American intervention in the strife-torn West African nation. Bush and U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan (search) sat down to an agenda jammed with global hotspots and seemingly intractable problems.

Plus:

One U.S. soldier is killed and six others are injured when rocket-propelled grenades are fired at a military convoy traveling in Baghdad.

Representatives of Palestinian prisoners jailed by Israel call for the release of an Israeli taxi driver feared kidnapped by militants.

South Korea says there is no proof that North Korea has completed a key step toward the production of nuclear weapons, although the North reportedly claims that it has.

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

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