New Drums of War in the Middle East

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With 100,000 Turkish troops massed on the border with Iraqi Kurdistan, the US is trying to avoid an explosive new conflict. We hear about increased violence, the price of oil, relations with a critical NATO ally--and US diplomacy. Also, despite a new contract, Chrysler cuts thousand of jobs, plus waterboarding and Senate confirmation.

Turkish demonstrators hold posters with pictures of Turkish soldiers who were killed by Kurdish rebels, during a protest against the US and the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in front of US consulate in Istanbul, 01 November 2007. Photo: Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP/Getty Images