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Clinton addresses Mideast peace process

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is scheduled to hold separate talks with Palestinian President on Saturday and the Israeli Prime Minister on Sunday. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with David Makovsky of the Project on the Middle East Peace Process

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Clinton ends Africa tour

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton finished up her 11-day tour of Africa today, after a final stop in Cape Verde. The World's Jeb Sharp reports that the trip was strong on rhetoric but not especially ground-breaking in terms of policy.

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Clinton in Congo

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continued her tour of the Democratic Republic of Congo today, highlighting the need for a response to the epidemic levels of sexual violence. The World's Jeb Sharp has details.

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Richardson chosen for commerce post

President-elect Barack Obama today named New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson as his commerce secretary. One of the country's most prominent Latino politicians accepted the nomination...in Spanish and English. The World's Matthew Bell reports.

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Clinton in Congo

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continued her tour of the Democratic Republic of Congo today, highlighting the need for a response to the epidemic levels of sexual violence. The World's Jeb Sharp has details.

Global Politics

Clinton ends Africa tour

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton finished up her 11-day tour of Africa today, after a final stop in Cape Verde. The World's Jeb Sharp reports that the trip was strong on rhetoric but not especially ground-breaking in terms of policy.

Global Politics

Clinton addresses Mideast peace process

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is scheduled to hold separate talks with Palestinian President on Saturday and the Israeli Prime Minister on Sunday. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with David Makovsky of the Project on the Middle East Peace Process

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Barack Obama marathon hits Berlin

American presidents Kennedy, Reagan and Clinton all addressed Berliners during moments of struggle and change. Now, a presumptive presidential nominee is using Berlin as a backdrop for his campaign. After meeting with leaders in Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan, Israel and the West Bank, Obama hits the European continent amidst a frenzy of Obama-mania.