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Sunday, June 13, 2004

Two Iraqi Officials Killed

Weeks before the U.S. handover of power to Iraqis, an Iraqi Deputy foreign minister and Education Ministry official were killed. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Reagan & Stem Cell Research

After her husband's death from complications of Alzheimer's disease, Nancy Reagan's efforts may put more pressure on President Bush to soften his opposition to stem cell research.

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GI Returns To Iraq, Happy

One female GI who's already served a year in Iraq looks forward to returning for yet another tour. CBS News' Serena Altschul learns why.

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Qaeda Claims Saudi Casualties

In statements on Islamic web sites, al Qaeda is claiming responsibility for the murder of two Americans in Saudi Arabia and the kidnapping of a third. Richard Roth reports.

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Mercury Rising

Sharyl Attkisson reports on mercury levels in childhood vaccines, and parents who claim that the government covered up reports that the shots could cause autism.

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A Question Of Civil Rights

Kelly Cobiella shows us how tough anti-terrorism tactics have targeted innocent citizens, in this case, an artist who videotaped his tough interrogation about his artwork.

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A General Enters The Fray

Joie Chen has more on the report that the top general in Iraq approved the free use of tough questioning tactics without obtaining further approvals from commanders.

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