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Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Sectarian Murders In Baghdad

Only On The Web: Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports from Baghdad, where dozens of mutilated bodies have been discovered in the past day.

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Gruesome Day In Iraq

After a gruesome day in Iraq, a House subcommittee is meeting with Iraqi leaders in an effort to help unite the war-torn country. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Primaries All About Iraq

With the control of congress at stake come November, voters cast their ballots in primaries in nine states and D.C. Gwen Belton reports the general election is shaping up to a referendum on Iraq.

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freeSpeech- Bob Schieffer

President Bush will visit Capitol Hill to lobby for a new law establishing military tribunals to put terror suspects on trial. Chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer sounds off on the issue.

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U.S. Warning On Iraq Stability

Amid raging sectarian violence in Iraq, a senior State Department official said time is running out for the Iraqi government. David Martin has more.

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Explosive Violence In Baghdad

Police said more than 100 were killed by execution, car bombs and mortar fire, and a U.S. official warned the Iraqi government is in danger of collapse. Lara Logan reports.

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freeSpeech- Ahmed Younnis

National Director of the Muslim Public Affairs Council Ahmed Younnis sounds off on what he believes it will take to win the War on Terror.

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Fallout From Embassy Attack

Chief White House correspondent Jim Axelrod and chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan chatted with Katie Couric about the implications of the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Syria.

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U.S. Embassy In Syria Attacked

Militants suspected of having ties to al Qaeda tried to attack the U.S. Embassy in Damascus, where Syrian guards managed to stop them just in time. Richard Roth reports.

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