- Making News: Iraqi National Assembly Convenes Iraq-s new parliament finally met today, six weeks after the country-s election, an achievement President Bush called a -bright moment.- At least for now, the governing body is required to live by rules established by the United States. Dan Murphy, who reports from Baghdad for the Christian Science Monitor, says that despite convening the new assembly, Kurds and Shiites have a long way to go before ironing out differences.
- Reporter's Notebook: Internet Child Pornography Bust in Spain
-No decent democratic society can tolerate pedophilia.- That-s from Spanish Interior Minister Jos- Antonio Alonso, who announced today that 500 people from Spain and other European countries to Mexico, Chile and Argentina have been arrested for child pornography on the Internet. We hear more from Danny Wood, who reports from Madrid for the BBC, and Pete Brust, who heads Cyber Crime Section at the FBI.
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