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Victims Find Justice After Liberian Leader Is Charged

In Sierra Leone, victims of the brutal civil war there watched as the verdict was rendered against former Liberian President Charles Taylor. Many blame Taylor for thousands of deaths and mutilations in the fight over diamonds in their country.
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Cyberwar May Be New Tool In Iran's Arsenal

U.S. lawmakers have eagerly speculated about the threat that would be represented by a nuclear-armed Iran. Now they have a new concern: a cyber-armed Iran. Security experts are looking closely at Iran's cyber capabilities and considering whether Iran might be tempted to launch a cyber attack on the United States, possibly in retaliation for a U.S. or Israeli strike on its nuclear facilities.
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Norwegians Sing To Heckle Mass Murderer

Some 40,000 people gathered on the streets of Oslo on Thursday to sing a Norwegian nursery rhyme that mass murderer Anders Breivik says he hates. Breivik is on trial in connection with his slaughter of 77 people last summer in Norway.
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'Boring' And 'Dull,' Ho-Hum Sister Cities At Last

The communities of Boring, Oregon and Dull, Scotland have discovered one another and are seeking to become "sister" communities. Their respective names have amused visitors in the past and they believe officially linking their names will be a boon to both communities. Robert Siegel speaks with Stephen Bates of the Boring Community Planning Organization and Tom Pringle, secretary of the Dull Community Council.

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