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Friday, January 7, 2005

Bloody New Year In Iraq

January is off to a bloody start in Iraq, with more than 90 people killed in one week. David Hawkins reports from Baghdad on what this stream of violence could mean for the Jan. 30 elections.

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Civil Rights Slayings

An alleged klansman from Mississippi appeared in court on charges of killing three civil rights workers in 1964, reports Mark Strassmann.

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Dramatic Tsunami Video

As U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan and Secretary of State Colin Powell visited Sri Lanka, Dan Rather monitors the cleanup effort and presents a view of the waves' striking and their destruction.

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AG Nominee Gonzales Grilled

Attorney general nominee Alberto Gonzales took some heated questions about his statements on the Geneva Convention and how terrorist suspects should be questioned. Bill Plante reports.

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Survivors Speak

The sea is still producing victims and survivors are struggling to hold onto life in Sri Lanka, reports Allen Pizzey. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist visited a refugee camp.

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U.S. Relief Criticized

Even the best intentions come across snags, Lee Cowan reports. A U.N. official offered criticism of the U.S. military's relief efforts in South Asia, which is costing $6 million a day.

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