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Thursday, August 18, 2005

Iraq War Vigils

There was a national night of demonstrations to for and against the war, which was sparked by one woman's efforts to see President Bush. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Ohio Gov. Pleads No Contest

CBS News RAW: Ohio Gov. Bob Taft expressed regret for breaking state ethics law by failing to report golf outings and other gifts. He pleaded no contest and was fined him $4,000.

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Pope Visits Native Germany

Pope Benedict XVI is attending World Youth Day in his native Germany on his first foreign trip as pope. He'll meet with Muslims and visit a synagogue, Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Settlers Resist Atop Synagogue

CBS News Raw: Young hard-line protestors on a synagogue rooftop in a West Bank settlement dumped buckets of green liquid and sand onto Israeli forces, who returned fire with a water cannon.

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Pope Greets Faithful

CBS News RAW: Pope Benedict XVI greeted gatherers for the Roman Catholic Church's 20th World Youth Day on his first trip abroad since being elected head of the church.

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Confrontation In Gaza

CBS News RAW: Jewish settlers and supporters from outside the Gaza Strip resist soldiers and band together in communal chants.

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A Last Stand In Gaza

On the Gaza strip, Israeli troops face the task of clearing out the last of holdouts. CBS News' David Hawkins reports from the Gaza strip.

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Pope Benedict's First Trip

Pope Benedict XVI is in Germany on his first foreign trip since attaining the papacy, and the German youth are out in droves to meet him for World Youth Day. CBS News' Biana Solorzano reports.

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Early Show Online

Thursday: Seeds of Peace summer camp youth reacts to Gaza pullout. A man runs across the country. And should real women be in Dove ads?

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Evening News Online

Thursday: BTK sentenced to life, Pope's first trip abroad and Juan Valdez vs. Starbucks.

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Seeds Of Peace

Harry Smith reports on a camp in Maine called Seeds of Peace. It's a place where kids from regions of conflict worldwide spend a summer together to try to over come their differences.

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Some War Widows Anti-Sheehan

While mother Cindy Sheehan continues her anti-war protest, there are many families who have lost loved ones who support President Bush and the war. Lee Cowan reports.

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Significance of Pope's Trip

Margaret Hebblewaithe of the Catholic magazine The Tablet, discussed the significance of Pope Benedict's visit to Germany, where about a million people are expected to gather to greet him.

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Jewish Settler Talks

A young, Jewish settler in the Gaza strip explained her reasons for protesting against Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's 'disengagement plan.'

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Scenes From Gaza Pullout

CBS News RAW: Israeli troops dragged settlers out of homes and synagogues and hauled them onto buses in an eviction operation, or 'disengagement' plan, according to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.

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Marketwatch Update

Inflation will be a driving force on Wall Street. Learn what's driving consumer price index. And hear the latest on the Vioxx trial.

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Pre-9/11Terror Alert Ignored?

Veteran Army intelligence officer, Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, told The Early Show that lawyers stopped him from sharing intelligence about a U.S. al Qaeda cell with the FBI in 2000.

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