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Saturday, September 23, 2006

Osama Bin Laden Dead?

CBS News correspondent Sheila MacVicar reports from London about the fate of terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden. There have been several recent reports that Bin Laden has been seriously ill.

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The Early MBA

An after-school program called the "Early MBA" is teaching Chinese children how to be effective communicators in an effort to prepare them for their future careers. Barry Petersen reports.

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IRS Crackdown On Churches

The IRS has launched a crackdown on tax-exempt organizations that violate political campaigning laws. Churches are one of the agency's main targets. Sandra Hughes reports from Pasadena.

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Deadly Attack In Baghdad

A Sunni bomb attack claimed the lives of at least 37 Shiites in Baghdad, marking a bloody start to the first day of Ramadan. Lara Logan has more details.

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Is Osama Bin Laden Dead?

A French newspaper reported that Osama Bin Laden died as a result of typhoid fever, citing a leaked intelligence memo. But French officials say that the al Qaeda leader's death has not been confirmed.

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Experts On Bin Laden Report

CBS News consultants Jere Van Dyk and Michael Scheuer spoke to Thalia Assuras about the latest reports on the possible death of Osama Bin Laden.

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Musharraf Mum On Allegations

CBS News RAW: Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf says he can't discuss the alleged threats against his country by the U.S. due to a book deal. President Bush denies knowledge of the incident.

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Pope Invites Muslim Leaders

Pope Benedict XVI invited Muslim leaders to meet with him in a bid to soothe the outrage over his remarks on Islam. Meanwhile, protests throughout the Muslim world continued. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Bush- 'Taken Aback'

President Bush was "taken aback" by Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf's claim that the U.S. threatened to bomb his country if it did not help fight the Taliban. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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