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Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Logan's Reporter's Notebook

Lara Logan talks to the top U.S. military commander in the Middle East, who offers his ideas about stabilizing the situation in Iraq.

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Cops, 92-Year-Old Trade Shots

Atlanta police say a 92-year-old woman shot at three plain clothes officers who went to her home to serve a drug warrant Nov. 21. The cops shot back and the woman later died at a hospital.

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President Pardons Turkeys

Two turkeys' lives were spared thanks to a presidential pardon. President Bush pardoned Fryer and Flyer shortly after Barney, the president's dog, chased them around the Rose Garden.

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Death Toll Soars In Iraq

Four people were killed during an attack at a police checkpoint in Iraq. The skyrocketing death toll and refugee exodus are crippling the region. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Mohegans Settle A Royal Score

The Queen of England settled a 300-year-old grudge by sharing a peace pipe with a Mohegan chief named Two Dogs. Mark Phillips has more on the centuries-old story.

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Iraq Civilian Deaths Hit High

A U.N. report finds civilian casualties are rising in Iraq. Elizabeth Palmer reports on who's paying the price.

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Army Grief Counseling Overhaul

The army is teaching casualty officers how to show more compassion toward families of fallen soldiers and play a bigger role in the grief and bereavement process. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Deadly Raid In Baghdad

U.S. and Iraqi forces raided a neighborhood in Baghdad, capturing seven suspected militiamen. But the raid had some unintended victims. Elizabeth Palmer the details.

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Glitch In Iraq Exit Strategy

Five thousand U.S. troops are training and advising Iraqi forces ? the linchpin of the American exit strategy. But David Martin reports the army may not be prepared to accomplish that mission.

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