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Saturday, February 5, 2005

Terrorism Conference

Representatives from more than fifty countries are in Saudi Arabia for a conference on fighting terror, discussing, among other things, the definition of terrorism. Shelia MacVicar reports.

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Insurgents Step Up Attacks

Insurgent attacks have resumed in Iraq. Though the main Shiite is coalition pulling ahead in last week's vote, the count is being slowed by charges of irregularities. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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National Debate Over SS

Campaigning for Social Security reform in Neb., Pres. Bush argued that the system is broken. But he conceded that privatization is only part of the solution, and analysts agree, Bill Plante reports.

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Counting Continues In Iraq

Post-election security measures in Iraq are keeping the streets slightly safer, Kimberly Dozier explains. Insurgents remain, but their attacks aren't slowing ballot counting in Fallujah.

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Rice's Tough Lines

U.S. officials insist that America favors more dialog with Iran, but in Condoleezza Rice's first foreign visits since her swearing in she used some tough talk, Richard Roth reports.

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