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Saturday, February 25, 2006

Another Deadly Day In Iraq

Despite a renewed vow by political leaders to form a new government and a second straight day of curfew in Baghdad and nearby areas, bombs and gunfire killed 60 Iraqis. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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New Focus For Terrorists

Al Qaeda is claiming responsibility for an attack on a Saudi oil plant. The claim hasn't been confirmed, but one thing is certain: the attack marks a new focus for terrorists. David Hawkins reports.

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'Fear Trumps Hope'

Sectarian violence in Iraq is taking a toll despite a daytime curfew in Baghdad and surrounding provinces. Middle East expert Shibley Telhami discusses the implications of the continuing violence.

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Iraqi Curfew Is Not Enough

An unusual daytime curfew has not been enough to stem the deadly rage that's brought Iraq to the brink of civil war. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Regenerative Medicine

Only On The Web: Dr. Tom Okarma, CEO of Geron Corp., talks about the promise of stem cell research. Geron collaborated with Dr. Keirstead, and expects to fund a clinical trial, pending FDA approval.

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Weekend Roundup

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including debate on the deal that would let an Arab-owned company run six U.S. ports, the violence in Iraq and the Winter Olympics.

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Civil War In Iraq?

Harry Smith speaks with military analyst Army Col. Mitch Mitchell about the situation in Iraq, where violence between Shiites and Sunnis has sparked fears of a potential civil war.

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Daytime Curfew In Iraq

In Iraq, a daytime curfew is in effect to slow a growing wave of violence after the attack on one of the country's holiest shrines. Kimberly Dozier reports on what some are calling a civil war.

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