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Olympic note

Officials powered up about a thousand security cameras in and around Vancouver in advance of the Winter Games starting there later this month. Anchor Marco Werman explains the electronic surveillance is making some privacy watchdogs there nervous.

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Green Zone handover

Today, Iraqi forces took over control of the security checkpoints into the Baghdad Green Zone. It's another step toward US withdrawal from the country. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with George Packer, author 'The Assassins' Gate: America in Iraq.'

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The Barbara tunnels

Reporter Daniel Estrin visits Germany's most protected cultural site: 'The Central Hiding Place' of the Federal Republic of Germany, also known as the Barbara tunnels. And it's where the German government kept its most important cultural documents.

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Iran reaches out to Lebanon

Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmedinejad is planning to visit Lebanon. Iran has long supported the Lebanese militant group, Hezbollah. But relations with Lebanon's government are not so smooth. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from Rami Khouri.

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America's role in South Korea

The US stations more than 28,000 troops in South Korea. They're a legacy of the Korean War. James Clad was a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asia from 2007 to 2009. He speaks with anchor Katy Clark about the US role in South Korea.