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Sunday, December 24, 2006

Right-To-Die Uproar In Italy

The Catholic Church denied a religious funeral to a paralyzed Italian author who had wished to end his own life, sparking more debate on the right-to-die issue. Allen Pizzey reports.

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First Lady Summarizes 2006

In an exclusive interview with Bob Schieffer, first lady Laura Bush talked about her skin cancer and the war in Iraq. She admitted that 2006 has been a "difficult year." Dan Raviv has more details.

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A Christmas Away From Home

As thousands of American troops spend Christmas away from home, their families are preparing to spend the holidays as best they can. Michelle Miller met one family to see how they are coping.

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Christmas In Iraq

Three members of the 89th Military Police Brigade were killed this weekend in an explosion near Baghdad. Randall Pinkston talked with the men of this unit to see how they are coping on Christmas Eve.

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Is Peace On Earth Realistic?

Peace on Earth - Good Will towards men. This time of year it's a phrase you see on Christmas cards or hear in carols. But as Russ Mitchell asks, can it be a reality?

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Iraq's Oasis Of Peace

In a small corner of Baghdad, Christians and Muslims are living in peace with each other, hoping for a future free of persecution. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Gates To Report Iraq Findings

The President will be spending the holiday at Camp David, working on a much-anticipated overhaul of his Iraq strategy with help from new Secretary of Defense Robert Gates. Joie Chen reports.

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