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Thursday, July 27, 2006

New Al Qaeda Tape On Mideast

In a tape aired on Arab TV, al Qaeda's Ayman al-Zawahri warned that the group would not stand by and watch as Israel attacked Lebanon and Palestinians. Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports.

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Mideast War Still Raging

Israeli warplanes pounded Lebanon and Hezbollah fired dozens of rockets into northern Israel. As chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports, there is no sign that a cease-fire is near.

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Where Is Hezbollah's Leader?

There is an intriguing story coming out of the Syrian capital of Damascus detailing where Sheik Nasrallah might be hiding. As Richard Roth reports, it involves war councils, conspiracies and plots.

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Voting Rights Act Renewed

CBS News RAW: President Bush signed legislation extending the Voting Rights Act for another 25 years. The original 1965 allowed black Americans to exercise their voting rights.

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Israel Calls Up More Reserves

Israel is beefing up its military as the battle against Hezbollah continues at full pitch. Charlie D'Agata in in Jerusalem with details.

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Israel Fights On Two Fronts

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he believes there may be an "imminent solution'' for the release of an Israeli soldier abducted by Hamas militants. Charlie D'Agata reports. 70 CBS

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Dozens Killed In Baghdad

Just two days after President Bush ordered more troops into Baghdad, insurgents took aim at a religiously mixed neighborhood. It was an attack from both the air and the ground. Susan Roberts reports.

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Protest At Bolton Hearing

CBS News RAW: A female protester momentarily disrupted the Senate confirmation hearing for U.N. Ambassador-elect John Bolton. She was removed from the room by police officers.

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Al-Maliki's Speech Disrupted

CBS News RAW: The Iraqi prime minister's speech was interrupted by Medea Benjamin of the anti-war group Code Pink, who shouted, "Iraqis want the troops to leave; bring them home now."

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Annan Corrects Israel Quote

CBS News RAW: While meeting with top officials in Rome, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan was asked by a reporter to clarify his earlier statements on Israel killing four U.N. peace workers.

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Officials On Mideast Crisis

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan met with senior officials from Europe and several Arab nations in Rome to discuss the Mideast crisis.

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