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Allies in Afghanistan

A recent bombing in Afghanistan that killed civilians shows the difficulty US military commanders are having with their NATO allies. The World's Matthew Bell reports.

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Israel on a diplomatic offensive

Israel is reeling from the release of a United Nations report accusing the Israeli military of war crimes during the three-week long war in Gaza last winter. Reporter Linda Gradstein has the story from Jerusalem.

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Assessing US intelligence on Iran

Iranian media announced today successful tests of missiles which are capable of reaching Israel and American bases in the Gulf, this after revelations of a secret nuclear enrichment program. Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with Charles Duelfer.

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Abdullah interview

Afghans went to the polls in August. The poll has been beset by serious fraud allegations and the UN-backed election complaints commission ordered a partial recount. Marco Werman talks with Dr. Abdullah about democracy in Afghanistan.

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No Ibrahim prize

The World's Alex Gallafent reports on the controversy surrounding this year's Ibrahim Prize for excellence in African leadership. The award committee decided there was no candidate worthy of the honor this year.

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Mexico's drug war in the US

US officials have announced the arrest, on American soil, of more than 300 members of a major Mexican drug cartel. El Universal has been running a series focusing on drug-trafficking north of the border. One of the reporters is Evangelina Hernandez.

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Politics and violence in Iraq

Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with Haddad Salih, a translator for the BBC's Baghdad bureau, about the mood in Iraq following Sunday's double bombing attack that left at least 155 people dead. Some fear the violence will delay upcoming elections in January.