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Sunday, December 11, 2005

The "Tookie" Clemency Debate

Is Crips co-founder Stanley "Tookie" Williams deserving of clemency for four murders? Sandra Hughes brings us both sides of the case as California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger decides his fate.

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Iraq Prepares For Election

Preparations are underway in Iraq for this week's assembly election. U.S. and Iraqi forces are taking no chances with security as borders will be closed and curfews imposed. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Haditha, Iraq, Pre-elections

CBS News RAW: As Iraqis in the city of Haditha prepare for the upcoming parliamentary elections, many were accusing the local government and the U.S. for hindering the process.

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Afghanistan's Landmine Problem

Landmine casualties worldwide have declined, but treatment for victims remain inadequate. John Roberts has a report, where unexploded landmines are a cause of consternation in Afghanistan.

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Women Voters Slighted In Egypt

Despite President Hosni Mubarak's pledge to assure a fair and free election in Egypt, there were still reports that the government tried to suppress the vote, especially women. David Hawkins reports.

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To Europe- We Don't Torture

Congress and the White House are expected to reach agreement on a measure to ban the torture of terrorism detainees, but Europe is still skeptical and concerned. Mark Phillips reports.

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President Bush's Unlikely Ally

If there's one issue that Democrats and President Bush cannot agree on it's the Iraq war ? except for one senator. Joie Chen reports on Sen. Joseph Lieberman's relationship with the White House.

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Avoiding Election Violence

As Iraqis prepare to go to the polls to choose a representative government, security across the country has been ramped up to new levels. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Eugene McCarthy Dies

Former Minn. Senator and five time presidential candidate Eugene McCarthy died Saturday in Washington, D.C. at the age of 89. Joie Chen reports on his life and legacy.

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Richard Pryor's Humor And Pain

The comedian, who gained a wide following for his expletive-filled but universal and frequently personal insights into modern life and race relations, died at age 65. Bill Whitaker has more.

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Sen. McCain On Torture

The White House has been negotiating with Sen. John McCain over his proposed amendment to ban the torture and inhumane treatment of detainees. Russ Mitchell talks with McCain about the issue.

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