Vatican Looks to Lead Conversation on Combating HIV/AIDS…
Cuba is back in the news spotlight after the release of political prisoners and a TV appearance by Fidel Castro.
In other news Thursday, Cuba's government promised to release 52 dissidents over the few months. Also, three men believed to have ties to al-Qaida have been arrested in Norwayand Germany.
As part of a weeklong series of reports from the Vatican, Margaret Warner reports on the impact of the child sex abuse scandals on the faithful in Rome and on Pope Benedict XVI and his advisers.
As part of a series of reports from the Vatican, Cardinal William Levada, the head of the office that handles sex abuse claims, speaks to Margaret Warner in his first television interview about the scandal rocking the Catholic Church.
As part of a weeklong series from the Vatican, Margaret Warner reports on the church's growing sex abuse scandal, following the latest resignations from bishops in the Irish and Belgian churches.
In other news Thursday, airlines resumed regular flight levels after severe delays caused by the volcanic eruption in Iceland and an offshore oil platform sank into the Gulf of Mexico following a fire, raising fears of an oil spill.
In other news Wednesday, at least 11 people were missing after an oil rig explosion off of Louisiana's Gulf Coast. Also, Pope Benedict promised the Catholic Church would take action in the sex abuse scandal after he met with victims…
Pope Benedict celebrated his fifth anniversary as head of the Catholic Church under continuing scrutiny over the Church's handling of sexual abuse allegations. Tom Bearden reports from Denver on the reaction of American Catholics to the scandals plaguing the Vatican.
Vatican officials have condemned criticism of Pope Benedict in connection with the sexual abuse scandal roiling the Church. Margaret Warner talks to two church experts in the U.S.
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