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Sunday, November 12, 2006

Bomb Kills 33 In Baghdad

CBS News RAW: A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a police recruiting centre in Baghdad. At least 33 people were killed and 50 of the wounded were rushed to al-Yarmouk hospital.

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Tribute In Oils

One artist in Utah is painting portraits that will serve as lasting tributes to many of the servicemen and women who have lost their lives fighting in Iraq. Mark Strassman has more.

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Back To The Future For Bush

With friends of his father front and center, President Bush and the White House are gearing up for busy week, one that could set in motion a change of policy in Iraq. Joie Chen reports.

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Iraqi Police- Friend or Faux?

For U.S. soldiers, it is a greater challenge getting the people of Iraqi to trust their own police than to actually train the new security forces. Lara Logan reports from Baghdad.

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Bush, Olmert Discuss Mid-East

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is in Washington to discuss with President Bush the stalled mid-east peace process. Mark Phillips reports.

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Veteran's Day In Iraq

The American ambassador to Iraq addressed the men and women from 33 countries whose American citizenship had been expedited when they volunteered for active duty. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Paying Tribute Through Service

The Santora family lost their son in the September 11 terrorist attacks. Kathleen Santora served in the army to fight terrorism and the evil that got her brother killed. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Martin Luther King Memorial

A memorial is being built for Dr. Martin Luther King in Washington D.C. where only former Presidents of the U.S. are memorialized. Michelle Miller reports.

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