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Sunday, February 26, 2006

Kurds Clash With Police

CBS News RAW: Riot police in Diyarbakir, Turkey used tear gas to break up a demonstration by stone-throwing Kurdish protesters denouncing the recent killing of Kurdish rebels by the military.

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Animal Refuges Open In China

China has never had much of a reputation that takes kindly to stray animals -- until now. Celia Hatton visits a shelter that has attracted the favor of the government and many happy cats and dogs.

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Bombing At Bus Depot In Iraq

CBS News RAW: A bomb exploded at a crowded bus station south of Baghdad, injuring at least five people in a predominantly Shiite city, police and hospital officials reported.

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Unrest In Afghanistan Prisons

Mark Phillips reports on the unstable situation in Afghanistan's prisons as officials try to restore order at one U.S.-run prison holding hundreds of terrorist suspects.

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No Word On Jill Carroll

As the Iraqi government deals with a threat of a civil war and growing violence, the deadline set by Jill Carroll's kidnappers passed with no word on her fate. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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New Review Of Arab-Port Deal

The Arab-based company embroiled in the port controversy has offered a new deal to quell concerns from legislators, who are leery of the previous agreement. Bill Plante reports.

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Anti-Gay Protests Cut Deep

Some families of soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan have to endure more than the pain of burying a loved one. They're now being subjected to hateful anti-gay protests. Lee Cowan reports.

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Fake Drug For Bird Flu

Concerns about bird flu are increasing the demand for the drug Tamiflu, and that has led to another problem: the sale of illegal Tamiflu. Mark Phillips reports.

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Deprogramming Suicide Bombers

Deceit of Jihad is a hit series on Saudi television that features repentant radicals and has captivated audiences. Sheila MacVicar reports on the Saudi government's campaign to tackle extremists.

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