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Saturday, December 27, 2008

Vows- Bari and Dennis

Bari Rabine and Dennis Cabrera find love on the road.

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Small Business Weathers the Recession

Owners of a New York butcher shop, bicycle manufacturer and movie tourism service talk about the hard realities of keeping business alive during the down economy.

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Philly House Fire Kills 4 Adults, 3 Kids

A house fire in Philadelphia kills seven people, including children. Investigators believe an exploding kerosene heater is to blame. (Dec. 27)

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Oahu Hit by Blackout, Power Coming Back

Crews gradually restored electrical service across parts of Oahu on Saturday after a power failure blacked out the island's population and thousands of tourists including vacationing President-elect Barack Obama. (Dec. 27)

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Hanukkah Party Crash Driver Won't Face Charges

The driver that crashed his SUV into a Hanukkah party on Long Island will not face charges. The crash injured 14 people, including the 76-year-old driver. (Dec. 27)

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Israel Launches Air Strikes on Gaza

Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday. (Dec. 27)

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Raw Video- Israel Strikes Hamas

Israeli aircraft have struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in an unprecedented series of simultaneous strikes. Hamas reports dozens of people were killed. The first strikes came just after noon. (Dec. 27)

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One Yr. Later- Remembering Benazir Bhutto

Thousands of Pakistanis gathered on Saturday to remember the one-year anniversary of the assassination of Benazir Bhutto. She was running for Pakistan's president when she was killed. (Dec. 27)

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Shark Attack in Australia

Rescuers in Australia continue to search for a man feared to have been taken by a shark while snorkeling with his son. The 51-year-old was swimming early Saturday when he suddenly disappeared. (Dec. 27)

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Thousands mourn slain leader, Benazir Bhutto

Hundreds of thousands of grieving Pakistanis thronged the tomb of slain former premier Benazir Bhutto on Saturday, mourning their beloved leader, one year after her assassination. Pakistan President and the widower of Benazir Bhutto Asif Ali Zardari participates in a prayer ceremony for his wife.

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Remembering Benazir Bhutto

On the first anniversary of former Pakistani premier, Benazir Bhutto�s assassination, the government has declared a public holiday. The Prime Minister of Pakistan participated in a prayer ceremony and more than 150,000 grieving Pakistanis thronged the tomb of the slain leader on Saturday.

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Property boom in Baghdad

The financial crisis is sending property prices in many parts of the world into a tailspin, but one place is defying the global trend: Baghdad. As Iraqis who fled the country return in droves because violence has decreased, real estate is in short supply. The housing crunch is driving prices upward.

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Afghan's troubled year

After a period of calm, Kabul has once again become the centre of international attention. In 2009, more troops are being promised to the region in the hope of finally ending the Taliban stranglehold.

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