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Thursday, June 30, 2005

U.S. Hostage Claims

Ex-American hostages say Iran's new president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, looks familiar. In 1979, militants seized the U.S. Embassy and held 52 Americans, five of whom believe Ahmadinejad was there.

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Chopper Down

Seventeen Americans are feared dead after the crash of their helicopter in Afghanistan. CBS News' Lara Logan has more on the situation in that country.

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Ex-Hostages Accuse Iran Prez

Was Iran's new president one of the people who took over the American embassy in Tehran and held Americans hostage in 1979? Some of those one-time hostages think so, Jim Acosta reports.

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U.S. Casts Wary Eye On Iran

The U.S.'s relationship with Iran is taking turns for the worse. The White House called Iran's election illegitimate, and there are concerns Iran is trying to build WMDs. John Roberts has more.

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Mexican Stamps Offend

There's another cross-border flap between the U.S. and Mexico about race. The White House criticized Mexico for a postage stamp featuring a black cartoon character, Bill Whitaker reports.

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Latest D.C. Security Breach

An unidentified plane flew into the no-fly security zone around the Capital, leading to the building's evacuation. The government determined the pilot was just lost, Bob Orr reports.

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Israel Conflict Simmers

The dispute in Israel between the government, Palestinians and Jewish settlers has been documented by a prominent Israeli journalist in a very personal way. Elizabeth Palmer has the story.

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God Behind Bars

Many prison rehabilitation programs include a big dose of religion. Thalia Assuras reports on the role of faith in jail.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Ex-hostages accuse Iran Prez, latest D.C. security breach and God behind bars.

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Debating Women's Role

On The Early Show, representatives of the Center For Military Readiness and the National Organization for Women disagree on whether women should be allowed to serve in combat.

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Women In The Military

A recent ambush in Iraq that killed and injured more than a dozen American female troops has renewed debate about the role of women in the U.S. military. CBS News' David Martin reports.

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Destiny's Child Thanks Troops

CBS News RAW: Destiny's Child -- Michelle Williams, Beyonce Knowles and Kelly Rowland -- thanked Marines at Camp Pendleton in California.

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Ex-Presidents Bush, Clinton

Former Presidents Bush and Clinton wrapped up a two-day visit in Maine recently, and some have noticed that the two are quite friendly since heading up an Asian tsunami fundraiser.

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Reaction To Bush Iraq Speech

Democrats closely watched the president's speech on Iraq. The Early Show Hannah Storm's talked to Connecticut Sen. Christopher Dodd, who calls for more candor.

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