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Saturday, November 27, 2004

Deserter Comes Home

Charles Jenkins was arrested for deserting his country nearly forty years ago. After a shortened sentence, the U.S. Army officer who defected to North Korea is free. Barry Petersen has the story.

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America's Claim In Iraq

The Bush administration has as much at stake in the Iraq election date as the government in Baghdad. It wants elections on schedule despite continuing violence. Mark Knoller reports.

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Iraqi Elders Want Vote Delay

As operations against insurgents continue, Iraqi politicians are also fighting back. Kimberly Dozier calls this a "diplomatic offensive," in which objections to the upcoming election date are rising.

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Turmoil Continues In Ukraine

The week-long political turmoil is continuing in Ukraine. Protesters "own the streets," according to Sheila MacVicar, and the opposition challenger, Viktor Yushchenko, is calling for a new election.

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Weak Dollar, Strong Euro

Will the dollar's rating against foreign currency affect holiday shopping this year? Economists agree, Bob Orr reports, that the weak dollar might help spark the U.S. economy.

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