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Saturday, October 15, 2005

Evacuees Still Need Shelter

Today was the day that President Bush had set for when all Katrina evacuees should be out of shelters. Trish Regan reports.

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Million More March

Al Sharpton spoke to a crowd of thousands in Washington, D.C. to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Million Man March. Sharpton criticized President Bush's handling of Iraq and hurricane relief.

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Countries Respond To Bird Flu

Turkey has responded to reports of bird flu by ordering mandatory searches, quarantines, and culls. Fears still continue that it will mutate into a human pandemic. Shiela MacVicar reports.

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Bush Awaits News From Iraq

The results of the Iraqi vote may impact President Bush. If the draft constitution is rejected, it would damage efforts to help democracy take root in Iraq. Mark Knoller Reports.

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Iraqis Vote On Constitution

Stringent security measures seemed to have worked in Baghdad Saturday as voter turn out appears to have been larger than expected, especially in Sunni dominated areas. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Voting On Iraq's Constitution

There could be a political crisis in Iraq if voters reject a proposed constitution, but some of the opposition is softening. Allen Pizzey reports from Baghdad.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Rove finishes testimony, race to help quake's injured and seniors decry new drug benefit.

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Afghanistan's Heroin Trade

Since the fall of the Taliban, opium poppies are becoming the cash crops of choice for many Afghan farmers. Steve Kroft reports on the growing heroin trade.

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