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Egypt protests escalate

President Mubarak of Egypt has dismissed his government and said he would introduce social, democratic and economic reforms in response to the unprecedented protests which swept the country on Friday. The World's Matthew Bell is in Cairo.

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Hackers Set Sights on Skype

Skype is an encrypted service, which means it should be safe from eavesdropping. But it turns out it is not immune to hacking. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Steve Stecklow, an investigative reporter with the Wall Street Journal about hacking Skype.

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Obama's national security strategy

The Obama administration released its formal strategy on national security today. The document reflects some changes from the Bush era, but for some of the President's supporters on the left, it fails to go far enough. The World's Matthew Bell reports.

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Iraqi forces need more time

Iraq's top army officer says the plan to withdraw US troops by the end of next year is premature. He says the Iraqi military may need another 10 years before it's ready to take control of the country. The World's Katy Clark reports.