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Thursday, August 4, 2005

New Discovery Repair Plans

After two pieces of material were removed from the space shuttle Discovery's underside, NASA is now considering another spacewalk for more repairs. CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports.

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Settlers Removed

CBS News RAW: Police forcibly removed Israelis opposed to the forthcoming Gaza Strip withdrawal from the town of Ofakim.

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Prosthetic Peace Of Mind

Chuck O'Brien used to be one of the guys creating gruesome body parts on the television show 'CSI.' Now he builds prosthetic limbs for amputees. Jim Axelrod has the story.

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Praying For Sharon's Demise

Many right-wing Israelis are furious with Ariel Sharon over his plan to evacuate Jewish settlements in Gaza. They've tried all sorts of ways to stop it ? including a curse. David Hawkins reports.

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Another Jittery Day In London

As a videotaped message from al Qaeda surfaces, investigators reveal more discoveries about the London bombings. But the big question, as Sheila MacVicar reports, is who is responsible.

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Hard Questions In Ohio

Is the war in Iraq still worth it? Anguished families of the Marine unit that suffered so many casualties this week are asking lots of questions. Byron Pitts has the story from Brook Park, Ohio.

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U.S. Casualties Mount In Iraq

Road side and car bombs are the main killers of American troops. But, as David Martin reports, the big concern now is over IEDs (improvised explosive devices), which killed 14 Marines this week.

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Al Qaeda Warning

Just four weeks after the first London bombing, al Qaeda is threatening more destruction in that city. Aleen Sirgany reports that London is on extra-high alert.

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Chilling Message From Al Qaeda

Osama bin Laden's second in command of al Qaeda, Ayman al-Zawahiri, issued a warning for the U.S. and England. CBS News' Richard Roth gives the details.

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U.S. Forces Hit Hard

August 2 was one of the deadliest days of the war in Iraq for U.S. forces, with 14 Marines killed in a roadside bomb attack and all of them from Ohio. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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London Police On Alert

It's been four weeks since the London terrorist attacks that killed 56 people, and two weeks since a series of bombing attempts. Richard Roth reports that police are patrolling the streets en masse.

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More Troop Deaths In Iraq

The military death toll in Iraq keeps mounting and this week the town of Brook Park, Ohio has been especially hard hit. Jennifer Donelan has more.

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Biden On Iraq Casualties

39 Americans were killed in Iraq in the last ten days alone. Senator Joe Biden of Delaware, member of the Foreign Relations Committee, talks to the The Early Show, about these tragic deaths.

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14 Marines Killed In Iraq

A unit of Marines based in Ohio has suffered many casualties in Iraq. Twenty soldiers from the group have died in just the last three days. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Saudis Respond To Skepticism

Some in the U.S. have questioned the Saudis' commitment to combating terrorism. The new regime said that American concerns are unjustified. Mark Phillips reports for CBSNews.com.

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U.S. Casualties In Iraq

An American reporter was found murdered in the southern Iraq city of Basra, following the killing of 14 U.S. Marines, six of whom died in a single attack. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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