Recollections of Afghanistan (4:21)
CNN's Martin Savidge recalls his time reporting from Afghanistan (March 20)
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Heady debate over the perfect pint (2:49)
CNN's Matthew Chance listens to the locals at the pub argue about the head on a proper English pint of beer. (March 20)
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Terror attack in Israel (1:47)
CNN's Mike Hanna reports on a terror attack that kills at least 7 Israelis, committed during fledgling peace talks. (March 20)
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Tommy Suharto murder trial opens (1:48)
The defense asserts Tommy Suharto can't receive a fair trial in Indonesia; the prosecution thinks his connections may save him. CNN's Atika Shubert reports (March 20)
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Push for Andersen, KPMG merger (1:40)
CNNfn's Allan Chernoff reports overseas partners for embattled accounting firm Arthur Andersen are pushing for a merger with rival KPMG (March 20)
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  Turkey vital to U.S. strategy (3:48)
CNN's Jerrold Kessel examines the importance of Turkey's Incirlik Air Base for the U.S. presence in the Middle East (March 19)
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  Poverty summit sets goal for 2015 (1:51)
CNN's Harris Whitbeck says the summit's goal is to cut in half the number of people who survive on less than $1 a day by 2015 (March 19)
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  Commonwealth suspends Zimbabwe (2:50)
Australian Prime Minister John Howard says Zimbabwe's membership will be reconsidered after one year. CNN's Robin Oakley reports (March 19)
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  CIA chief: Al Qaeda still dangerous (2:22)
CIA Director George Tenet says more than 1,300 suspects linked to the terror network are being held worldwide. CNN's David Ensor reports (March 19)
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  Taliban crowded in Afghan jail (2:50)
CNN's Nic Robertson looks at a crowded Afghan jail housing Taliban fighters captured four months ago (March 19)
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  Cheney vows return for cease-fire talks (2:15)
CNN's John King says U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney vows a return to the Middle East if the Palestinians agree to a truce (March 19)
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  Operation Anaconda ends (2:58)
CNN's Martin Savidge reports that after nearly 19 days, the largest battle of the war against terrorism is completed (March 19)
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  Vatican struggles with pedophilia cases (2:18)
CNN's Alessio Vinci reports the problem of priests accused of sexual misconduct is being hotly debated in the Vatican (March 19)
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  Who's in charge in Afghanistan? (3:02)
CNN's Walter Rodgers describes the Wild West atmosphere in Afghanistan, with regions ruled by various tribes and the interim government hanging in by its teeth. 19)
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  Half-brother talks about bin Laden (6:28)
Osama bin Laden's half-brother paints a completely different picture of the man. CNN's David Ensor reports (March 19)
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