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Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Iraq Army Recruitment Surge

An estimated 8,000 to 10,000 men enrolled in the Iraqi Army this week, which is the largest surge to date. Kimberly Dozier looks at what the numbers mean and the challenges these troops face.

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Wall Street Punch

Dan Rather converses with Wall Street expert Arthur Cashin about the single-largest drop in the market since May 2003. He says two recent developments could have serious implications for the dollar.

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Bush Assassination Suspect

Prosecutors allege that 23-year-old Ahmed Omar Abu Ali was conspiring to assassinate President Bush. Now he is making some serious allegations of his own, Jim Stewart reports.

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Bush Reconciles With Allies

As President Bush continues his European trip, there are more signs of a thaw in relationships strained by the war in Iraq. Aleen Sirgany has more from Washington DC.

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Presidents Talk Of Tsunami

Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton talk to CBS News' Harry Smith about their fundraising effort for tsunami victims.

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Israel- Dismantle Settlements

After two historic weekend decisions by the Israeli cabinet, CBS News David Hawkins reports there is major momentum in the Middle East peace process.

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Bush Seeks European Alliance

President Bush started his five-day fence-mending visit in Europe. CBS News' Bill Plante reports on the U.S. goal to patch rift with Europe caused by war in Iraq.

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