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In eight days, the U.S.-run occupation authority in Iraq will transfer sovereignty to a new Iraqi government.

Since President Bush declared an end to major combat, U.S. forces have worked day and night in tandem with the Iraqi people to ensure a smooth handover, helping to build security, infrastructure and economy.

Nowhere has that commitment been more evident than in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.

FOX News correspondent Kelly Wright, in the first of three reports, details the work of American troops who consider their work in Iraq a noble cause.

Plus:

Jim Angle reports: President Bush heads to Ireland to meet with European leaders and ask for help in the rebuilding of Iraq.

Bret Baier reports: The New York Times has obtained a document from the former Iraqi intelligence service that lays out the contacts between Usama bin Laden (search) and Saddam Hussein (search).

Major Garrett reports: John Kerry (search) has been very critical of the Bush administration when it comes to the economy, yet numbers today are better than they were in '96 when then-President Clinton was touting its strength. 

Jonathan Hunt reports: FOX News has learned that a recent internal anti-corruption review in the U.N. was so damning that the organization is now refusing to release the report...

Details on those stories and much more on Special Report with Brit Hume at 6 p.m. ET.

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