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Monday, March 16, 2009

Paying Back Bailout Money

When the government put up $700 billion last fall to bailout the financial system, bankers stood in line to get money. Now, many of them can't wait to pay it back. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Pakistan Crisis Defused

Pakistan's government has reinstated the country's Supreme Court chief justice, as demanded by opposition forces. As Richard Roth reports, the decision has defused a possibly critical situation.

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Saving Small Businesses

President Obama unveiled a $15B initiative that eases tax burdens for small business owners. Dean Reynolds spoke with some employers about the economy's impact on their businesses.

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Is Bernanke A Good Coach?

As the rally on Wall Street ended with a near six point loss, how has Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's rare 60 Minutes interview impacted the economy and Wall Street. Anthony Mason reports.

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A Wimpy Hero

The newest storybook hero in the U.S. is an outright wimp and proud of it. As Jim Axelrod reports, millions of school kids can't get enough of him.

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CBS Exclusive- Afghanistan

CBS Exclusive: As the Obama administration goes forward in Afghanistan, a top U.S. official says that its imperative they learn from the disastrous reconstruction efforts in Iraq. Lara Logan reports.

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AIG Executive Bonuses Outrage

There is growing anger over AIG's payment of bonuses to executives, after receiving a taxpayer bailout. As Chip Reid reports, a new CBS News poll shows only 37% of Americans approve of such bailouts.

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Changes For Food Labels

For years, consumer groups have fought for new food labels listing the product's country of origin. As Ben Tracy reports, this rule has now taken effect for most fresh meat and some produce products.

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Notebook- Afghanistan

The Obama administration is hopeful that, with the right incentives, insurgents will abandon alliances with al Qaeda and the Taliban. But will it work? Katie Couric comments.

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Goolsbee on 'bonuses for boneheads'

Goolsbee on 'bonuses for boneheads'

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Monday's Gibbs and takes

Monday's Gibbs and takes

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Freeman- "I am insulted"

Freeman: "I am insulted... not anti-semitic"

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Biden Addresses Fire Fighters

Biden Addresses Fire Fighters

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Biden- "It's not a gaffe!"

Biden: "It's not a gaffe!"

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Humanoid Robot Unveiled

Japanese scientists on Monday unveiled a new humanoid walking robot, northeast of Tokyo. Demands are growing for socially useful robots, such as those for caring for the elderly and the sick.

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Gibbs goofs around with Chuck

Gibbs goofs around with Chuck

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Obama Wants AIG Bonuses Nixed

During an event for small business owners President Barack Obama spoke about the outrage over AIG spending millions of bailout dollars on executive bonuses.

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Father On Trial For Incest

The father at the center of an incest case went on trial in Austria today. He's accused of imprisoning and raping his own daughter for almost a quarter century. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Loaded- For The Apple Fans

Facebok embarks on big changes, Sen. John McCain does a Twitterview with George Stephanopolous, and I apologize in advance for way too much Apple news in one day.

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Cast Of 'I Love You, Man'

Stars of the comedy "I Love You Man" Paul Rudd, Rashida Jones, Jamie Presley, and Jason Segel sit down to discuss the film and "bromance."

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Meghan McCain- "Like Tyra said... Kiss my fat ass!"

Meghan McCain: "Like Tyra said... Kiss my fat ass!"

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Gibbs goofs around with Chuck

Gibbs goofs around with Chuck

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Gibbs slams Cheney

Gibbs slams Cheney

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Obama at Dept. of Veteran's Affairs

Obama at Dept. of Veteran's Affairs

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Top Model Stampede

A casting call for reality show America's Next Top Model turned into a stampede after smoke from an overheated car spread. Meg Oliver reports.

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Accordions in Russia

It's got 120 buttons, weighs over 30 lbs, and costs over $10,000 new. But somehow, the accordion does not get too much respect in the music world. Dave Grout reports from CBS News Moscow.

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Meghan McCain vs. Laura Ingraham

Meghan McCain vs. Laura Ingraham

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Tucker Carlson- "Stewart... a partisan hack!"

Tucker Carlson: "Stewart... a partisan hack!"

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Obama on Small Business

Obama on Small Business

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Bernanke Angry At AIG

FED Chairman Ben Bernanke expressed his anger over AIG's use of federal bailout money to pay hundreds of millions in executive bonuses. Priya David reports.

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Bill Paxton's 'Big Love'

Chris Wragge speaks with actor Bill Paxton about controversies surrounding his new role in the hit HBO series, Big Love.

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Buying Foreclosed Homes

In the series, How Low Can You Go, Contributor Vera Gibbons spoke to Chris Wragge about finding great deals on foreclosed homes.

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Wolfgang Puck's Stir-Fry

Celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck showed Maggie Rodriguez and Chris Wragge how to make a quick and easy Asian stir-fry.

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Jay Mohr Is 'Gary Unmarried'

Actor Jay Mohr of "Gary Unmarried" spoke with Maggie Rodriguez and Chris Wragge about his sitcom success.

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The Final Three

6 talented singing families have competed for a recording contract. Maggie Rodriguez and Chris Wragge announce the last semi-finalist family.

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Obama slams AIG bonuses

Obama slams AIG bonuses

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Transplant Tragedy?

A couple claims a hospital killed their 18-year-old son to harvest his internal organs. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Obama jokes about healthy cheesesteaks

Obama jokes about healthy cheesesteaks

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No Ice Is Safe Ice

In the past few weeks, deaths have been reported in several states and there have been hundreds of ice rescues this winter. Susan Koeppen speaks about the dangers of thin ice.

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Peanut Allergy Breakthrough

A new study shows that when fed small amounts of peanut protein, peanut allergies in some children disappeared. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Obama meets with small biz owners

Obama meets with small business owners

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Levi Johnston- "The engagement is off"

Levi Johnston: "The engagement is off"

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Morning Show Roundup 3/16/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/16/09

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Pakistan's Power Balance

Demonstrations and violence continued in Pakistan after a controversial firing of a top judge. Richard Roth reports.

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Tracking Madoff's Money

With Bernard Madoff behind bars, the probe has turned toward tracking his money and whether his family was involved in his scheme. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Forgiving A Killer

Cindy Winters, the wife of an Ill. pastor murdered during a Sunday sermon spoke to Julie Chen about forgiving the man who killed her husband.

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Obama's Upbeat Message

The White House is putting out a more positive message about the economy after Fed chairman Ben Bernanke suggested the recession may end this year. Bill Plante reports.

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Morning Show Roundup 3/16/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/16/09

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Imus has cancer

Imus has cancer

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President Obama's Education Priorities - ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2007/02/education_scorecard.html What does President Obama's budget say about his education priorities? What types of initiatives should we expect to see in the next year? And how will the budget affect the No Child Left Behind Act? Melissa Lazar

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POLiTICO Playback 3/16/09

POLiTICO Playback 3/16/09

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Surviving An Audit

If the IRS has informed you that you're going to be audited this year, listen up; Beverly Goodman, Sr. Editor for SmartMoney Magazine, has some tips.

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Discovery Launch Successful

CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood discusses Shuttle Discovery's launch and what this mission will entail.

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The Chairman Part 2

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke candidly speaks to Scott Pelley about his personal life, as both visit his old high school and how the current financial crisis is affecting Main Street America.

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Croc Attack- Aussie Police Find Human Remains

Police in Australia say DNA testing will be done on remains found in a swamp where an 11-year-old girl was snatched by a crocodile. The girl vanished Sunday while swimming in a swamp on the outskirts of Darwin. (March 16)

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Killer Blue- 'I Move On.' (Part 4)

Men who have spent 15 months or more in Iraq contemplate how to live with and grow from their wartime experiences. (Part 4 of 4)

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Killer Blue- 'He Was My Friend.' (Part 3)

The Blue Platoon, Killer Troop warfront family begins to break apart even as homecoming nears. (Part 3 of 4)

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Killer Blue- 'Who Are We Fighting?' (Part 2)

Killer Blue soldiers describe fighting 'ghosts' and teaching Iraqi troops to take the lead. (Part 2 of 4)

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Killer Blue- 'We Were Family' (Part 1)

The men of Blue Platoon, Killer Troop talk about their families on the home front and families on the warfront. (Part 1 of 4)

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Radio's Don Imus Says He Has Prostate Cancer

Radio host Don Imus revealed on his show Monday morning that he was diagnosed last week with stage two prostate cancer. (March 16)

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Prosecutors Will Seek Madoff's Wife's Money Too

Bernard Madoff's wife could theoretically claim more than $100 million in assets, and should forfeit it all, according to the federal prosecutors. (March 16)

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Still No Charges Against Donte Stallworth

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth still does not face charges after he hit and killed a pedestrian in Miami Saturday morning. Police say they have taken Stallworth's blood to run tests, but those results aren't back. (March 16)

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Tensions Ease As Pakistan Reinstates Judge

Pakistan's government relented in a major confrontation with the opposition Monday, agreeing to reinstate a fired Supreme Court chief justice. (March 16)

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Money Minute- Chrysler, Citigroup, Factories

Citigroup has nominated four new independent directors to its board. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (March 16)

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Apple's Newest iPod Speaks Volumes

Apple has unveiled a minuscule new iPod Shuffle that takes its "smaller is better" mantra to a whole new level. (March 16)

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Obama- Small Business 'Heart' of Economy

Amid misgivings over his spending blueprint, President Barack Obama has decided to provide billions of dollars in federal lending aid aimed at struggling small business owners. (March 16)

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Your Money- Retiree Considerations

The stock market has really hurt the portfolios of some retirees, and soon to be retirees. With no imminent signs of a turnaround, we asked author Lynette Khalfani-Cox about some considerations these investors need to make. (March 16)

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March 16- Stocks Give Up Gains After 4-day Rally

Wall Street spent much of the day higher with investors snapping up financial stocks, but the rally fizzled late in the session as investors locked in profits. (March 16)

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14 Million Strong for Obama's Budget?

Democrats are tapping into Barack Obama's database of nearly 14 million supporters as they try to drum up support for the president's budget. The AP's Julie Pace looks at whether campaign enthusiasm translates into governing enthusiasm. (March 16)

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Majority Favor a New Labor Union Law

Fifty-three percent of Americans say that, generally speaking, they would favor a new law that would make it easier for labor unions to organize workers, but 39% would oppose such a law.

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Raw Video- Donte Stallworth Gets Sobriety Test

Video captures Cleveland Brown wide receiver Donte Stallworth being given a sobriety test after his car struck and killed a pedestrian. (March 16)

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Raw Video- 'Top Model' Tryouts End With Riot

Three people were arrested and six others hurt after a riot broke out while they waited to audition for 'America's Next Top Model.' (March 16)

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Adams- Will in Ireland Is for Peaceful Change

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams says those behind the renewed violence in N. Ireland are trying to undermine his party for its support of the peace process. He spoke in Washington, DC. (March 16)

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Beirut's architectural heritage under threat

Many of Beirut's grand homes survived the civil war, but are now succumbing to a wave of construction. For historic preservation societies seeking to hold on to the traces of old Lebanon, it's an uphill battle.

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Politics- First 100 Days Edition

John Harwood, of CNBC and The New York Times, and Savannah Guthrie, of NBC, talk to Times reporters and editors about the Obama administration's first 100 days.

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Front- Nyregion- The Freedom Tower Rises

Steel at 1 World Trade Center is higher than 150 feet -- the first time a structure has stood so high at ground zero since 9/11. It marks one more step in the rise of this improbable skyscraper.

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Sports- N.C.A.A. Tournament Tipoff

Which teams will surprise and which ones are heading to the Final Four? The Times's Connor Ennis and Pete Thamel break down the N.C.A.A. basketball bracket.

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The Essential Tools for Gardening

The essential tools for gardening

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Video Essay- Stop the Presses! (forever)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer photographer Grant Haller talks about his work. The newspaper will print it's final edition Tuesday and will only publish online. Produced by Ted Warren. (March 16)

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Obama Blisters AIG; Joins Public Outrage

President Barack Obama pledged to try to block insurance giant AIG from handing its executives $165 million in bonuses after taking billions in federal bailout money. (March 16)

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Discovery lifts off on mission to ISS

Discovery blasted off Sunday on a mission to outfit the International Space Station with a final pair of solar wings ahead of the arrival in a few weeks of an expanded space crew. The spacecraft launched at 7:43 pm from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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Iraqi pilgrims brave the railways

The train service between Baghdad and Samarra was shut down because of a wave of sectarian violence sparked by an attack on Samarra's al-Askari shrine in 2006. It re-opened last December and each week more and more Shiite pilgrims head to one of their holiest sites, reassured that the service is safe.

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Party mood after Pakistan reinstates sacked chief justice

Crowds celebrate after Pakistani authorities say they will reinstate Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry, following violent protests. Chaudhry will take over on March 21.

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Elderly porn king works his magic on aging Japan

Shigeo Tokuda, 74, might look like an average Japanese grandfather but appearances can be deceiving: he is the country's king of elderly porn, a fast growing niche market.

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Anti-government Protesters Head to Islamabad

Pakistan opposition leader Nawaz Sharif defied house arrest Sunday to lead an anti-government convoy toward the barricaded capital and a showdown with its pro-Western president. (March 15)

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Madagascar president ready to face referendum

Embattled Madagascar President Marc Ravalomanana said Sunday he was prepared to submit himself to a referendum to settle a deadly stand-off which has riven the Indian Ocean island for months. Ravalomanana was speaking to thousands of supporters at a prayer service in the centre of Antananarivo.

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Monday, March 16: Fed chief says recession could end in 2009; Pakistan officials say they'll reinstate fired justice; Miami birthday party turns deadly; Discovery on its way to International Space Station.

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Washington Week in Photos- Bag of Tricks

In this week's edition of Washington Photos; Assistant photo bureau chief J. David Ake walks us through a week of images that makes press conferences and hearings an interesting image. (March 16)

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Former Detroit Mayor's Aide Out of Jail Early

The former chief of staff to ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was released from jail early Monday after serving 69 days for obstruction of justice. (March 16)

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Discovery Blasts Off After 1-month Delay

Space shuttle Discovery and its crew of 7 are rocketing toward the international space station after more than a month of delays. The shuttle is carrying a final set of solar wings for the space station that the astronauts will install. (March 15)

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Bernanke- Recession Could End in '09

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says America's recession "probably'' will end this year if the government succeeds in bolstering the banking system. Bernanke's comments came in an interview on CBS' "60 Minutes." (March 15) 4269

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Fashion robot to hit Japan catwalk

Japanese researchers have unveiled a robot that will soon strut her stuff on a Tokyo catwalk. The girl-faced humanoid boasts 42 motion motors programmed to mimic the movements of flesh-and-blood fashion models. The fashion-bot had her first media outing on Monday.

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Austrian 'house of horrors' incest trial starts

One of Austria's most horrific criminal trials began on Monday with Josef Fritzl hiding his face from the crowded courtroom as he faced charges of keeping his daughter as a sex slave in an underground bunker for 24 years and fathering her seven children.

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Madagascar military storms palace

Around 100 soldiers backed by tanks stormed the Madagascan presidency in Antananarivo Monday, as the military pressured President Marc Ravalomanana to leave office. The Indian Ocean state's 59-year-old leader hunkered down in his palace outside the city centre. Opposition leader Andry Rajoelina earlier urged the country's security forces to arrest the president for "high treason".

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Dalai Lama says Chinese-ruled Tibet 'hell on earth'

Tibet's exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has accused China of bringing "hell on earth" to his homeland. The 73-year-old monk also called for meaningful autonomy for Tibetans in his speech last Tuesday marking the 50th anniversary of a failed uprising against China.

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Fritzl pleads guilty to house of horror rapes

At his trial in Austria, Josef admitted imprisoning his daughter in an underground bunker for 24 years and forcing her to bear seven children. But the 73-year-old denied slavery and a murder charge over the death of one of the incest babies.

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Crowds cheer Pakistan's reinstated top judge

Supporters of Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry celebrated in Islamabad on Monday after the government climbed down in the face of mass protests and pledged to restore him as the country's top judge. Chaudhry was sacked by former military ruler Pervez Musharraf under emergency rule in 2007.

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