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Monday, July 18, 2005

Soldier Attacks Civilian

CBS News RAW: The Israeli army has launched an investigation into a video in which an Israeli Brigade Commander appears to head-butt a Palestinian man without provocation in a West Bank town.

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Bomber Rudolph Sentenced

Serial bomber Eric Rudolph was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison. His victims, who were present in the courtroom, got the chance to voice their opinions on him, Jim Acosta reports.

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170 Killed In Iraq Last Week

An exceptionally violent week in Iraq has many wondering how the country manages to go on in the face of so much bloodshed. Kimberly Dozier reports on the seemingly unending attacks.

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Bush Tweaks CIA Leak Rhetoric

Gloria Borger reports on President Bush's response to press inquiries about the CIA leak investigation. The president now says he'll fire anyone proven to have committed a crime.

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White House- Wait For Facts

CBS News RAW: White House Press Secretary Scott McLellan urged patience on the investigation into the leak of a CIA agent's identity. He answered questions at the daily press briefing.

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Psychology Of Suicide Bombers

Why are terrorists willing to sacrifice their own lives in attacks? Richard Roth talks to several would be suicide bombers who got caught and are now in Israeli prison.

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Iraqi Officials Targeted

Insurgents in Iraq shot and killed at least 18 police and government workers in an effort to undermine the new government. CBS News' Alison Harmelin reports from Washington.

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British Still Seeking Answers

British authorities reportedly investigated one of the alleged London suicide bombers last year, but decided he wasn't a threat. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Volley Of Violence In Iraq

Three policemen were shot dead in Baghdad, the latest in a renewed wave of violence that has shocked the war-torn country. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Analyzing Suicide Bombings

It could be very difficult to stop the suicide bombings in Iraq, Michael O'Hanlon of the Brookings Institution tells The Early Show: Many of the bombers come from other countries.

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Rudolph Sentenced To Life

Eric Rudolph has been sentenced to life in prison for bombing an abortion clinic. CBS News' Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Lyons Speaks After Sentencing

CBS News RAW: Bombing victim, Emily Lyons speaks after Eric Rudolph was sentenced to life in prison with no parole for the 1998 bombing of an Alabama abortion clinic.

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Rove, Cheney Aide Singled Out

Time magazine's Mark Cooper named Karl Rove, the president's top advisor, and an aide of VP Dick Cheney, as sources who leaked the name of a CIA officer. CBS' Joie Chen reports.

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London Bomber Schooled In U.S.

The investigation into the London bombing extends from the Middle East and Pakistan to connections right in the U.S. CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports.

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Inside A Bomber's Mind

In the wake of the London terrorist attacks, investigators seek to find what affects the young suicide bombers' state of mind. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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