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Sunday, August 13, 2006

Can Iran & U.S. Renew Ties?

Asked whether or not Iran wanted to resume relations with the U.S. after more than two decades, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad tells Mike Wallace what he thinks about re-establishing ties.

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Iran's Pres. On Nukes & Israel

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks to Mike Wallace about several hot-topic issues such as the country's nuclear program, the war in Iraq and what he personally thinks about Israel.

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Ahmadinejad's Message For Bush

After not hearing back from the White House about his 18-page letter three months ago, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had a message for President Bush. Mike Wallace reports.

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Iran's Leader Backs Hezbollah

After Mike Wallace tried to question President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad about Iran's alleged support of Hezbollah, the Iranian leader spoke about how the militant group had the right to defend itself.

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Ned Lamont Talks About His Win

Scott Pelley talks with Democratic Senate candidate from Connecticut Ned Lamont and his victory over Joe Lieberman and the upcoming three-way Senate race.

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Air Cargo Is Vulnerable Target

According to experts, airport security should be focused not on passengers' carry-on bags, but in the cargo hold. Analysts believe that's where the real terror threat exists, reports Tony Guida.

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Report- Israel Planned Attacks

According to a New Yorker article by Seymour Hersh, the journalist asserts that Israel had long planned air strikes in Lebanon against Hezbollah, even before the Mideast crisis. Joie Chen reports.

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U.K.'s Terror Threat Not Over

The investigation into the London airline terror plot continues with the British Home Secretary John Reid saying the threat "is a chronic one and it is a severe one." Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Mideast Cease-Fire Countdown

A U.N. cease-fire resolution to end the fighting has been conditionally approved by the Israeli cabinet and Hezbollah, but an exchange of rocket attacks still continues. Allen Pizzey reports.

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The Roots Of Homegrown Terror

Most of the terror suspects arrested in Britain were born there. Some are followers of Islam, others are converts. Why did their convictions turn them to terrorism? Randall Pinkston has some answers.

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Terror Trail Leads To Pakistan

British airports had another day of chaos as attention turned to Pakistan, where there have been more arrests and more questions about who the bomb plotters are connected to. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Trying To Make Baghdad Safe

As the number of Americans killed in Iraq reaches 2,600, CBS News has the first TV team on the ground following troops that are trying to make Baghdad safe. Mark Strassmann has the exclusive report.

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