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Saturday, April 28, 2007

CBS Evening News, 04.28.07

Saturday: The car bomb at Karbala poses another setback for troops; U.S. troops are building walls to boost security in Baghdad and firefighters take preemptive measures to prevent wildfires.

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In History- Fall Of Saigon

This Week In History: On April 30, 1975, the government in Saigon surrendered to the North Vietnamese forces, marking the end of the Vietnam War. Ed Bradley reports.

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Walls For Security In Baghdad

West Baghdad has now become a safer place. U.S. troops have found an effective way of keeping murder rates down, they build walls. Mark Strassmann has details.

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Iraq- Another New Way Forward?

President Bush plans to discuss another way forward with Congressional leaders. Meanwhile a car bomb explosion in Karbala has provided another setback for progress in Iraq. Joie Chen reports.

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Saudis Break Up Terrorist Plot

CBS News RAW: Al Arabiya television released video of what Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry claims is a foiled terror plot. Police say 172 suspected Islamic militants were arrested.

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Keeping An Eye On Litterbugs

Green sentinels are turning to electronic chips and cameras to keep streets in England trash-free. Charlie D'Agata tested a video system that lets operators tell you to clean your act on the spot.

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Bush- Withdrawal Not An Option

Speaking at Camp David, President Bush reaffirmed his position on North Korea, Iran and the Iraq war, saying he will veto any measure that sets a timeline for troop withdrawal.

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