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In other news Tuesday, security forces in Southern Afghanistan recaptured at least 71 inmates who fled from Kandahar's main prison Sunday night. More than 480 prisoners escaped after Taliban militants tunneled into the jail. Also, Thai and Cambodian forces clashed over disputed territory containing the ruins of ancient temples.
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The tribal court at North Dakota's Spirit Lake reservation has convicted a man accused of beating his children in an incident that had been flagged by a federal whistleblower concerned about child abuse on the reservation.
According to estimates by activists, more than 28,000 civilians have been killed since the Syrian conflict began in 2011. As schools, bakeries and other community buildings are targeted, some Syrians seeking safety are moving centers of daily life to clandestine locations. Margaret Warner reports.
Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher star in what's not a terribly romantic comedy from Ivan Reitman, playing two friends with benefits who discover that such arrangements can be hard on the heart.
Republicans and Democrats end a week focused on bipartisanship with signs they are far from united within their own parties.