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Tuesday, February 11, 2003

NATO Crisis Continues

Tom Fenton reports the NATO stalemate continues as Germany, France and Belgium block aid to Turkey in case of war with Iraq.

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Oil Prices Rise

The cost of a gallon of gas is up 45 percent from a year ago. Anthony Mason reports that oil prices are rising with uncertainty over war with and the Venezuela strikes.

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Kerry Cancer Announcement

Massachusetts senator and Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry announces that he will have surgery for a form of prostate cancer, which his campaign says will not affect his presidential bid.

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Osama Bin Laden Audio

A portion of an audiotape allegedly from Osama bin Laden aired on an al-Jazeera broadcast and translated by CBS News.

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Bush Dismisses Iraq's Promise

Despite the fact that Iraq has agreed to allow the use of spy planes to help inspectors hunt for weapons, President Bush again dismissed the promise to cooperate, Bill Plante reports.

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Growing Rift In NATO Over Iraq

NATO split over the defense of Turkey in the event of a war with Iraq, Harry Smith reports.

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Iraqi Voice Of Dissent

Although voices of dissent are not common in Iraq, Harry Smith sat down and talked with one woman who believes it's time for Saddam to go.

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Mohamed ElBaradei On Iraq

In a CBS News exclusive, Mohamed ElBaradei, Director of the Int'l Atomic Energy Agency, sits down with Harry Smith to discuss the 'cautiously optimistic' situation in Iraq.

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Iraq's NATO reaction

Mark Phillips reports that Iraqi officials are pleased with a new NATO squabble and are hoping that their concessions to U.N. weapons inspectors will also slow the tide to war.

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