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Sunday, September 20, 2009

Evening News Online, 09.20.09

Sunday: 3 men have been arrested on charges due to false statements to the FBI in the terrorism investigation; Plus, A racy radio program about women's issues in Afghanistan is angering the Taliban.

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Peak Performance

A paralyzed man is determined to conquer Africa's legendary Mt. Kilimanjaro. As Karen Brown reports, this man takes the phrase, "climb every mountain" literally.

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Cuban Concert Controversy

Thousands of Cubans recently flocked to an open-air "peace concert" headlined by Columbian rocker Juanes. As Kelly Cobiella reports, this concert has sparked controversy and protests in the U.S.

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Battle over Airwaves

A controversial radio program about women's issues in Afghanistan is angering the Taliban and waging a new kind of battle to win hearts and minds. Mandy Clark reports on the 'Radio Wars'.

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Ubiquitous Obama

If you've turned on the TV recently, you've probably seen President Obama, who has been on a media blitz to push his health care plan and economic agenda. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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NY Terror Connection

Ahmad Afzali knowingly made false and fraudulent statements to feds regarding the terror investigation. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, a wiretapped conversation has opened the case up a bit more.

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Terror Suspects Arrested

Three men have been arrested on charges due to false statements to the FBI in the terrorism investigation. Don Teague has the latest on the evidence and what it may mean.

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60 Minutes, 09.20.09

Scott Pelley shows us the biggest innovation in prosthetic arms since WW II; Also, Morely Safer on Anna Wintour, and Byron Pitts speaks with USC football coach, Pete Carroll.

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Coach Carroll

Byron Pitts profiles USC football coach Pete Carroll, who, in addition to his success in making the Trojans a football dynasty, is making positive contributions toward lowering gang violence in L.A.

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Anna Wintour

The sunglasses come off the high-queen of haute couture in this rare and unprecedented interview. Morley Safer reports.

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Rooney on His "Stuff"

Andy Rooney gets a lot of stuff in the mail, some useful, some questionable. Check out some of Andy's latest "gifts."

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The DEKA Arm

New technology is making it possible for amputees to pick up small objects they never thought they would master thanks to the biggest innovation in prosthetic arms since WW II. Scott Pelley reports.

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25 Years of London Fashion Week

From No. 10 Downing Street to the historic Somerset building to the city's streets, Suzy Menkes reports on how London is revisiting its fashion past.

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09-20 Pressing cider

A demonstrator shows us how to press cider at MacQueen Orchards in Holland, Ohio.

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Face The Nation, 09.20.09

President Obama on details of his health care reform; RNC Chairman Michael Steele on the President's interview; Plus, Bob Schieffer on being a journalist during presidential interviews.

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Celebrating Eid

CBS News' Mandy Clark reports on how people in Kabul are celebrating Eid, the Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadan.

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Bill Geist's Puppy Love

Dogs are more than just pretty faces and Bill Geist proves you're never too old for a little puppy love.

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Ben Stein On Liberal

Ben Stein offers some choice words for liberals who are attacking those who disagree with the Obama administration and Congress.

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The Problem With Liberals

Ben Stein offers some choice words for liberals who are attacking those who disagree with the Obama administration and Congress.

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Discourse From The Right

From "Tea Party" marches across the country to town hall protests that kept Summer sweltering, Jeff Greenfield takes a look at how the Right is all fired up.

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No Higher Taxes With Health Reform

In an interview with Bob Schieffer, President Obama noted that taxes will not be raised to pay for his health care overhaul.

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Raising Taxes- Only Way To Pay

In response to President Obama's interview with Bob Schieffer, RNC Chairman Michael Steele disagrees with his statement that taxes will not need to be raised to pay for health care reform.

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Journalist, First And Foremost

Bob Schieffer was asked a lot of questions before his interview with President Obama about the advice he would give him, but Schieffer notes his only job is to ask questions.

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Arrests Made In Terror Investigation

3 men have been arrested on charges of making false statements to federal agents in a continuing terror probe. Bob Orr has the latest from Washington.

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Vows- April and Gordon

After their spouses died in 1996, April and Gordon rekindled a friendship that quickly became romantic. After suffering a brain hemorrhage, Gordon asked April to marry him.

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Talk of the Town- Meatballs served up at box office

The latest entertainment and celebrity headlines including a food frenzy at the box office and Beyonce still trying to perform in Malaysia.

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Obama media blitz.

In a media barrage U.S President Barack Obama discusses, Afghanistan, defence and the economy but the main focus of his television interviews was his plan to expand healthcare.

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Thai-Cambodia temple protest.

Thai activists call for Cambodian troops withdrawal from disputed border temple area.

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Ethnic Nubians fight for land

Thousands of Nubians living in Nairobi's Kibera slum campaign for land which they claim belongs to them, and better living conditions.

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Zimbabwe's small business man

Even though Zimbabwe is facing its toughest economic times Samuel Nduma has managed to keep his furniture making business going and provide for his family

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Anger at UK police sent to Libya

The decision to send UK police officers to train their Libyan counterparts has angerd British police and led the chairman of the Police Federation to call the training scheme 'naive and insensitive'.

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Athens still without Mosque

Muslims in Greece mark Eid al-Fitr in the open promenade of the Olympic Stadium in Athens as a proper mosque still remains a dream after more than two decades of campaigning.

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Subway station shoot-out in Mexico

ATTENTION VIDEO INCLUDES DISTURBING IMAGES. Security camera images of a deadly skirmish in a subway station Mexico City are shocking Mexicans. A man scribbling graffiti in a crowded subway station shot dead a policeman and a passenger who has been hailed as a hero for attempting to tackle him. Duration: 00:57.

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Afghan president makes call for peace

Afghan President Hamid Karzai extended an olive branch Sunday to Taliban militants trying to overthrow his Western-backed government as he marked the start of the Muslim Eid al-Fitr festival. Duration: 00:52.

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Fight to save endangered turtles in Benin

Threatened by fishermen and pollution, sea turtles are under threat in Benin. But a new scheme is hoping to turn the tide and allow these creatures to flourish once more. Duration: 02:16.

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France's "Moulin Rouge" opens its doors to the public

It's a French icon. The cabaret show, the Moulin Rouge has inspired painters. On Sunday for the first time the famous theatre opened its doors to the public for a backstage tour. AFPTV went on a tour. Duration: 00:52

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Three Afghans held over alleged U.S. plot.

The US Justice Department says three men have been arrested in Colarado in connection with an alleged plot to launch an attack in the United States.

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Couples wed in mass ceremony

More than 100 couples tied the knot in Singapore's botanic gardens, as part of celebrations to mark the gardens' 150th anniversary.

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Muslims usher in Eid

Muslims around the world welcomed the end of a long month of fasting with celebrations to mark the end of Ramadan.

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Tourists hurt in bear attack

Nine tourists were injured when an Asiatic Black Bear attacked a bus terminal in central Japan.

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