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Tuesday, February 8, 2005

Israeli-Palestinian Ceasefire

Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas declare a ceasefire ending four years of undeclared war. CBS News' Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Pope's Retirement Option

For the first time in 26 years, Pope John Paul II will miss Ash Wednesday services. He's aging, and still ailing. Mark Phillips asks whether the pope is thinking of stepping down from his duties.

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Military Using Video Games

Video games are increasingly used as teaching tools, and even the U.S. Military is taking up the theory that games can sharpen, rather than rot, the mind. Mark Strassmann reports on digital combat.

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A New Predator

David Martin takes a rare look at the Predator, an unmanned aircraft armed with a missile that could save U.S. lives in Iraq.

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Super Bowl Ad Honors GIs

Capt. Colleen Johnson was one of the real-life military personnel featured in the Super Bowl commercials. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: New Middle East accord, airbags investigated and military using video games.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Battle of the budget, lessons in suicide bombing and culture crossfire.

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Rice's Middle East Tour

Calling it the 'most promising' time in recent history for Israeli and Palestinian peace, Condoleezza Rice spoke with Middle Eastern leaders. David Hawkins sat down with the new Secretary of State.

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Iraq Attacks Not Slowing

Despite continued insurgent attacks since election day, Kimberly Dozier reports that momentum is growing against militants. National pride is on the rise after the vote.

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