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Friday, November 21, 2003

Istanbul Bomb Probe

Police are interrogating suspects in the deadly suicide truck-bombings that terrorized Istanbul and left 27 dead. They suspect al Qaeda was involved, David Hawkins reports.

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Deadly Donkey Cart Rockets

Despite a U.S. security crack down, over a dozen rockets fired from donkey carts and slammed into Iraq's Oil Ministry and two downtown hotels, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Bush Statue Toppled

Protesters in England toppled a statue of President Bush during his visit to London, invoking the image of U.S. troops liberating Baghdad.

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Rocket Attacks In Iraq

Rockets fired from a donkey cart struck hotels in downtown Baghdad where many Americans are staying, as well as Iraq's Oil Ministry, CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Bush Wraps Up UK Visit

President Bush's controversial visit to Great Britain is over. As Aleen Sirgany reports, his last day was once again played out against a backdrop of violence in Iraq.

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Two Bombs Hit Turkey

Al Qaeda claims responsibility for two deadly attacks on British interests in Istanbul which killed at least 15 people. President Bush and P.M. Blair condemn the bombings.

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Return To Ground Zero

A subway station destroyed in the World Trade Center collapse has been rebuilt and will soon reopen, and the first train to return will be the last train that left on Sept. 11, Dan Rather reports.

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Cops Step In On Miami Protest

Miami police push back protestors at a rally against free trade talks.

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