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Thursday, May 13, 2004

Strange Twist In Berg Case

Investigations into the execution of American Nick Berg show his killer was a top al Qaeda operative, and reveal a past link to 9/11 suspect Zaccarias Moussaoui, David Martin reports.

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Rumsfeld Visits Prison

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld traveled to Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison, the site of POW abuse, in an attempt to boost morale and limit worldwide damage to the U.S. reputation, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Rumsfeld Speaks At Prison

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld paid a surprise visit to Baghdad and the prison where the abuse scandal started, promising that it would never happen again. Cami McCormick reports.

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Rumsfeld Speaks At Abu Ghraib

Rumsfeld visited Abu Ghraib and spoke to soldiers, praising their efforts and the Iraqi elements that were working with the coalition to secure a better future for Iraq.

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Pentagon Damage Control

Members of Congress call new pictures of Iraqi POW abuse ?revolting,? as the Pentagon begins damage control for the abuse pictures scandal. CBS News? David Martin reports.

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Berg Family's Anger

U.S. government officials angered the family of slain American Nick Berg further by claiming he had never been held in U.S. custody in Iraq, a claim the family refutes, Mark Strassmann reports.

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When Pictures Lie

With Internet technology getting faster and better all the time, it's easier than ever to create phony photographs. Lee Cowan has the Inside Story on how to judge the real from the fake.

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New Photos Repulse Congress

After viewing new photos and video of Iraqi prisoner abuse, some showing snarling dogs and cowering prisoners, U.S. lawmakers said they were worse than anything they expected, David Martin reports.

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