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Thursday, May 5, 2005

Who Are Insurgents?

As individual attacks in Iraq surge, analysts are asking where the insurgents come from. David Martin says many are foreigners with a mission.

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Individual Iraq Attacks Surge

U.S. military insist Iraqi insurgents can't maintain their onslaught, but attacks are growing, including bombings by insurgents on foot and the use of remote-controlled bombs, Mark Strassmann reports.

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Britons Hit The Polls

The Brits are at the polls and, if the pundits are right, Tony Blair will be heading for a third term. But the prime minister has faced a lot of criticism over Iraq. Mark Phillips reports from London.

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Lynndie?s Plea Rejected

A military judge rejected Lynndie England?s guilty plea after a witness testified that England might have believed the abuse was part of a legitimate training exercise. Teri Okita reports.

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Public School Bible Breaks

There's a movement quietly sweeping America that puts religion back in the public school day. Correspondent Stacy Case takes a look at this controversial topic. She reports from Staunton, Virginia.

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Bloody Day In Iraq

It was a violent in Iraq, as suicide bombers unleashed more death on the country in two crowded areas. Iraqi soldiers were one of the targets, Aleen Sirgany reports.

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