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Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Court-Martial In Iraq

Up to the Minute's Melissa McDermott talks with CBS News consultant Col. Mitch Mitchell about the Sivits court-martial, the Abu Ghraib scandal and what's ahead for the U.S. in Iraq.

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Chance For Terror In Athens?

Up to the Minute's Melissa McDermott speaks with CBS News Consultant Retired Army Col. Mitch Mitchell about his role in terrorism drills and security at the Athens Olympics.

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Israeli Fire Kills 10

Israeli's say they fired to warn a crowd of Palestinians. But one of the tank shells hit the crowd, killing at least 10 people in the Gaza Strip town of Rafah, Richard Roth reports.

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U.S. Probing Wedding Attack

Footage from the aftermath of what Iraqis say was a U.S. air raid on a wedding party in western Iraq that killed at least 40 people. U.S. military could not confirm the report but was investigating.

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Israeli Attack Aftermath

Television footage of the wounded and the dead following an Israeli attack on a crowd of Palestinians marching to protest an army operation at a nearby refugee camp.

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Palestinians Flee Explosion

Footage of the moments following an Israeli attack on a crowd of Palestinians marching to protest an army operation at a nearby refugee camp.

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Green Berets

60 Minutes II follows the Green Berets through Afghanistan.

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More Abuse Cases

Testifying for the first time on the Iraq prison scandal, the commander of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan said the incidence of abuse is much higher than so far revealed, David Martin reports.

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Berg Video Shown In School

Some teachers have shown the video of Nick Berg's execution to students, upsetting parents and stirring debate over whether images of war should be shown to students. Lee Cowan has the Inside Story.

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Jail For Prison GI

In the first prison abuse court-marital, a low-ranking soldier got a year in jail after testifying that military intelligence ordered the mistreatment of prisoners, Jim Acosta reports.

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GI Found Guilty

The first American soldier court-martialed for Iraq prisoner abuse has received the maximum penalty for his part in the scandal. Cami McCormick reports.

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Giuliani At 9/11 Commission

A second day of 9/11 hearings in New York saw emotional outbursts from some victims families. Former mayor Rudolph Giuliani asked people to remember who the real enemy is, as Brian Andrews reports.

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Giuliani To 9/11 Panel

Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani tells the Sept. 11 panel that what happened was "uncharted territory," and that his orders to the police were to do "the best we can" to get through. Brian Andrews reports.

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NYC Mayors Before 9/11 Panel

The Sept. 11 committee is hearing Wednesday from current New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Mayor Rudy Giuliani. CBS News? Jim Axelrod reports.

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Pump Prices Soar

The higher gas prices go, the hotter an election issue they're becoming. With pump prices soaring, Democratic contender John Kerry blasted the Bush energy policy, Anthony Mason reports.

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Terror Precedes Iraq Handover

The assassination of the head of Iraq's governing council has left coalition forces predicting more terror strikes before and after the June 30 power handover, Jim Acosta reports.

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9/11 Commission In NYC

The independent commission investigating the 9/11 terror attacks in New York City is examining emergency communications problems that may have caused more lives to be lost. Brian Andrews reports.

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