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Sunday, November 20, 2005

Sharon Quits Likud Party

CBS News RAW: Reaction from former Labor Party chief Shimon Peres and other officials about the news concerning Israeli Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's decision to quit Likud.

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How The Media Helps Insurgents

Web Exclusive: As the U.S. military death toll continues to rise, officials have determined that the insurgents are utilizing media reports to outsmart armed forces. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Debate Over Iraq Rages On

The use of pre-war intelligence loomed large during the bitter debate over the Iraq war. As Joie Chen reports, President Bush will find that the debate is still raging in Washington.

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Iraq Debate Tails Bush To Asia

As President Bush continues his trip through East Asia, the bitter debate on Capitol Hill over the mounting U.S. death toll in Iraq continues to escalate. John Roberts reports.

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Suicide Bombers' Point Of View

A new fictional film about suicide bombers opened in Tel Aviv to a chorus of mixed emotions. David Hawkins spoke with the director of the film "New Paradise."

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Outsmarting The U.S. Military

Kimberly Dozier reports on the Iraq insurgency's ability to adjust to the U.S. military's sophisticated technology to stop suicide roadside bomb attacks.

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Is Zarqawi Dead Or Alive?

National Security correspondent David Martin responds to the news that the leader of al Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, was killed in a shootout with U.S. troops.

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Bush Blasts War Critics

In South Korea, President Bush went on the attack, blasting his opponents who called for an early pullout from Iraq. But John Roberts reports the president got some unexpected bad news from an ally.

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Later Last Call In U.K.

Starting next week, pubs in Britain will be allowed to stay open after 11:00 every night. The government argues it's the best way to stop a growing wave of violent behavior. Mark Phillips reports.

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Iraq Firestorm In Congress

Washington is still reeling from a stunningly raucous debate on Iraq policy late Friday night in the House of Representatives. Joie Chen reports on the congressional drama.

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