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Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Evening News Online

Wednesday: Brits make bombing arrests, training Iraq's raw recruits and tale of two Surf Cities.

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Early Show Online

Wednesday: A bounty hunter turned opera singer. Harry visits a camp for kids from war-torn regions. Plus, singer Carly Simon performs.

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Camp For War-Torn Kids

Seeds Of Peace summer camp has done what some governments have only tried to do: teach kids from war-torn regions to reach out to one another. Harry Smith has their amazing journey.

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Training Iraq's Raw Recruits

If U.S. forces are to start leaving Iraq, the police and anti-terrorist forces need to be trained. But turning recruits into disciplined officers is especially hard in Iraq, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Brits Make Bombing Arrests

British police arrested four men before sunrise, including a 24-year-old man being sought in connection with the failed attacks on July 21. Richard Roth reports.

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Shuttle Fleet Grounded

Mark Strassmann reports that although Discovery is not in any apparent trouble, the same could not be said for NASA's big comeback due to a safety threat the agency thought had been fixed.

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W. House- Syria Should Do More

CBS News RAW: White House Press Secretary Scott McLellan said Syria and Iran have been going in the 'wrong direction' and that they should do more to combat members of the former Iraqi regime.

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Brits Make More Arrests

British police have made several more arrests related to the four failed bombings on July 21. CBS News' Richard Roth reports that authorities believe one may be one of the failed bombers.

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Blair- World Dropped Its Guard

As police in London race against time to find four suspected terrorists, British Prime Minister Tony Blair is pushing for tougher anti-terrorism laws. Teri Okita has the latest from London.

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UK Police Fear New Attacks

There is still no sign of the men who allegedly tried to bomb London subways and a bus last week. Police fear they may be planning new attacks. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Discovery Press Conference

CBS News RAW: NASA administrators answered questions following the successful launch of the space shuttle Discovery. They were noticeably relieved after this morning's apparent success.

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