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Monday, February 21, 2005

Cracking Down On Insurgents

U.S. and Iraqi forces are mounting a fierce new offensive against insurgents. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad.

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Hear The Bush Tapes

The audiotapes Douglas Wead released seem to include an admission by President Bush to using marijuana. CBS has the tapes, and Wyatt Andrews has The Inside Story.

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Presidents' Day Trip

As President Bush began his fence-mending European tour, protesters took to the streets against the Syrian army's occupation of Lebanon. Bush called for a U.S.-Europe alliance, John Roberts reports.

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Israel Reality Check

Israel's releasing of hundreds of prisoners is part of a scheme to diffuse years of violence. Can it succeed? David Hawkins reports: Israel and Palestinians seem to be moving in the right direction.

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Israeli Cabinet OKs Withdrawls

Israel's Cabinet approved a plan to withdraw from 21 Gaza Strip settlements and four in the West Bank. CBS News' David Hawkins reports from Tel Aviv.

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Secret Bush Tapes Unveiled

Taped conversations reveal Pres. Bush crafting political strategies, acknowledging marijuana use and candidly talking about gays. The White House reacts. CBS News' Tony Guida reports.

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Bush Vies To Mend Ties

Pres. Bush stopped in Brussels during a five-day trip to Europe where he hopes to mend ties over the war in Iraq and recruit help. CBS News' Bill Plante reports from Brussels.

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