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Friday, July 21, 2006

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Friday: Israel masses troops and equipment along its border with Lebanon, pentagon property for sale and a baby at peace.

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Nakomis Out On 'Big Brother'

Nakomis Dedmon joins Julie Chen to talk about her eviction from "Big Brother: All Stars." She says her problem was trusting people she shouldn't have.

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Snow On Israel-Lebanon Crisis

As fierce fighting continues between Israel and Hezbollah supporters, White House Press Secretary Tony Snow joins Harry Smith to discuss the U.S. role in the crisis in the Middle East.

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At Odds Over Mideast Conflict

U.N. Secretary Gen. Kofi Annan has called for a ceasefire, while the Bush Administration is holding firm. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is scheduled to visit the region. Bill Plante reports.

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A Baby At Peace

One image that stands out from the war in the Middle East is that of a tiny child who was almost left behind in Lebanon for lack of a passport. Trish Regan has the story behind the picture.

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Images Of War

Even more so than the statistics and reasons for war, it's the pictures that have brought home the real horror and human cost.

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Airlines Cashing In

In spite of high fuel costs, airline profits are rising. Kelly Cobiella looks at how this can happen.

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The Two Faces Of Beirut

Ten days into the war, Beirut is a city that is divided between the small, poor area that is home to Hezbollah and the rest of the city, where life is surprisingly normal. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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U.S. Diplomatic Push Too Late?

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice confirmed that she is going to the Middle East, but she is not scheduled to leave until Sunday. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Israeli Invasion Imminent?

Israel is mobilizing reservists while the top commander of the army's forces in the north is preparing his troops for battle. Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports.

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Bringing Hope To Beirut

Only On The Web: At the age of 16, Shawee Amenadeed created an aid agency to help refugees in Lebanon called "Volunteers With No Constraints." Lee Cowan reports.

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Rice To Go To Mideast

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will meet with Israel and Palestinian leaders, as well as allies in Rome in hopes of resolving the Mideast crisis.

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Cheney On 'Good Friend' Israel

CBS News RAW: While attending a Republican Congressional luncheon in Tampa, Fla., Vice President Dick Cheney commented on the Israeli-Hezbollah violence.

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Harsh Words For Iran, Syria

CBS News RAW: U.S. Ambassador John Bolton called on Tehran and Damascus to "stop acting through their terrorist proxies and to work towards a lasting peace with Israel."

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Rice Thanks Mideast Advisers

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met with U.S. Ambassador John Bolton and several consultants to discuss the Israel-Hezbollah conflict. Rice will head to the region soon.

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State Of Emergency In Missouri

With a heat index of 112 degrees, Gov. Matt Blunt declared a state of emergency in St. Louis and called the Missouri National Guard to assist people in escaping the heat. KMOV's John Mills reports.

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Back In The U.S.

Only On The Web: Bob Orr spoke to a couple that has just returned to the United States from Lebanon about their experiences in the war-torn country.

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More Big Dig Concerns

CBS News RAW: Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said that even though he is ordering part of the Ted Williams Tunnel to be closed, he is confident that the system is safe on the whole.

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Marines Assist Lebanon Exodus

U.S. Marines are in Lebanon for the first time in nearly 23 years to help Americans get out. Charlie D'Agata reports that as foreigners leave, the fear of more devastating air strikes is growing.

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