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Obama, Karzai Sign Partnership Pact In Afghanistan

President Obama made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan Tuesday, and delivered a prime-time address to the American public. While there, he signed a new, long-term partnership agreement with the Afghan government, and marked the anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death with U.S. troops.
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Taliban Claims Responsibility For Kabul Attack

While in the Afgan capital Kabul Tuesday, President Obama signed a partnership agreement with Afghan President Hamid Karzai. Also in Kabul, the Taliban claimed responsibility for a deadly attack that was carried out shortly after Obama left the city.
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A Look At The New Afghanistan Agreement

Audie Cornish talks to Larry Abramson about President Obama's speech to the nation from Afghanistan.
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Obama To Sign Agreement With Karzai On Visit

President Obama made an unannounced trip to Afghanistan on Tuesday. It was the third such trip of his administration, this time on the anniversary of the mission that led to the killing of Osama Bin Laden. Robert Siegel talks to Scott Horsley about the trip.
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George Papandreou: Greece Had To Make Changes

The former leader is from the most powerful family in Greek politics, the third man in his family to be prime minister. But Greece's debt crisis brought down his government, his party and his family's dominant role in running the country.
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'Dogwood Diplomacy:' U.S. To Send Japan 3,000 Trees

One hundred years ago, Japan gifted some 3,000 cherry trees to the United States in a gesture of friendship. They now flower each spring around the tidal basin in Washington, D.C. On Monday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced that the U.S. will return the favor. Audie Cornish talks with Richard Olsen of the U.S. National Arboretum about the plan to send 3,000 American dogwoods to Japan.

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