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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Eye To Eye- Civil War In Iraq?

Only On The Web: Katie Couric discusses with Richard Haas of the Council on Foreign Relations whether the sectarian violence in Iraq is a civil war.

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Notebook- Jordan And Turkey

Only On The Web: Katie Couric is going to Jordan to cover President Bush's meeting with Iraq's prime minister. Meanwhile, the pope is visiting Turkey amid protests over his remarks about Islam.

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'The Early Show' Online

Tuesday's stories: the misadventures of Britney Spears; two brothers unite after 70 years apart; and former President Jimmy Carter discusses his new book, "Palestine Peace Not Apartheid."

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Jimmy Carter On Mideast Peace

Former President Jimmy Carter turns his attention to the Middle East in his new book, "Palestine Peace Not Apartheid." He joins Harry Smith to discuss what can be done to bring peace to the Mideast.

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Pope Reaches Out To Muslims

Pope Benedict looks to reconcile relations between the Catholic Church and Islam while visiting Turkey. As Allen Pizzey reports, this could be the most dangerous papal journey of modern times.

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Seeking An Iraq Solution

Members of the Iraq Study Group are drafting recommendations for stemming the violence in Iraq as U.N. head Kofi Annan warns that the country is near civil war. David Martin reports.

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Arson Suspected In Deadly Fire

Investigators in Missouri are looking into the possibility that a deadly fire at a group home for the mentally challenged war the result of arson. Lee Cowan reports.

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Mideast Analyst On Papal Visit

CBS News Middle East analyst Reza Aslan discusses Pope Benedict's visit to Istanbul and reactions from Muslims with Harry Smith.

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Iraq Violence Al Qaeda Plot?

President Bush, traveling in Europe, insists the sectarian violence in Iraq is not a civil war, but part of an al Qaeda plot. Bill Plante reports on the president's diplomatic itinerary.

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The Disappearing Dead Sea

There is no place on earth like the Dead Sea, which lies at the lowest point on the planet. But as Richard Roth reports, sea in which no one can sink is dying.

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Security Tight For Pope

Pope Benedict XVI began his trip to Turkey, hoping to quell anger fueled by his controversial comments on Islam and violence. Allen Pizzey reports on the Pope's first visit to a Muslim country.

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Radical Cleric Tightens Power

Muqtada al-Sadr commands the Mahdi army, which intelligence estimates indicate has grown eightfold in the past year. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, al-Sadr holds a lot of power in one neighborhood.

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A Timetable For Iraq?

David Martin reports that the Iraq Study Group may have found a way around President Bush's repeated refusal to set a timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq.

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Bush To Meet With Iraq PM

President Bush is set to travel to Jordan for a summit with Iraq's Prime Minister. As Jim Axelrod reports, it may be Iraq that pushes for U.S. troop withdrawals.

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Annan- Iran, Syria Have Role

CBS News RAW: United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan said Iran and Syria "have a role to play" in improving Iraq and should be included in discussions on Iraq's progress.

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Bush In Latvia For NATO Summit

President Bush is in Latvia for a NATO summit that's focused on Afghanistan. Beth Knobel reports that he'll probably face some tough questions concerning Iraq as well.

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In Turkey, Pope Touts Peace

Pope Benedict XVI brought a message of peace and brotherhood between Christians and Muslims in his visit to Turkey, his first trip to a mostly Muslim nation as pontiff. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Bush- No Troop Withdrawal

While wrapping up NATO talks in the Baltics, President Bush insists that he will not be persuaded by calls to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Dead Sea's Demise

Only On The Web: A Middle East environmentalist spoke recently with Richard Roth about the worrying fate of a salty, shrinking global treasure.

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President Bush On NATO

CBS News RAW: While in Latvia, President Bush attended a NATO summit and applauded the organization's commitment to helping stabilize Afghanistan.

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Violence Greets Curfew's End

Gunmen opened fire on a crowded Baghdad street during a funeral, killing at least six people. Meanwhile, the Iraq Study Group is preparing to release its report. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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NYC To Probe Groom Shooting

Feelings are raw two days after New York City police shot and killed Sean Bell. Mayor Michael Bloomberg says there's no evidence he or his friends were doing anything wrong. Drew Levinson reports.

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Officials On NYPD Shooting

CBS News RAW: New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly shared details on the police shooting that killed one man and injured two others.

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