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Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Health News Wrap

Older Americans spend more on medications. Sun worshipers may be biologically addicted to the UV rays. Bird flu spreads to Russia.

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Deadly Day In Baghdad

U.S. military leaders say Wednesday's deadly car bombings are signs that insurgents are willing to do anything to stop the new constitution. Sharyn Alfonsi has the story.

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Israeli Troops Called 'Nazis'

Bullets, brawls and sorrow marked the day's pull out of Jewish settlers from Gaza and parts of the West Bank. Aleen Sirgany has more.

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Israeli Kills 3 Palestinians

Three Palestinians are dead near a West Bank settlement after an Israeli opened fire. This came as Israeli soldiers were evicting Jewish settlers from the Gaza Strip. Teri Okita has more.

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A Deadly Day In Baghdad

Dozens were killed in Iraq after suicide bombers took aim in Baghdad. CBS News? Meg Oliver has more on the bloodshed.

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Baghdad Bombings Report

Sharon Alfonsi provides details on this morning's devastating car bomb attacks in Baghdad.

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Negotiations In Gaza

CBS News' David Hawkins talks about pending action following the deadline for Israelis to leave the Gaza Strip.

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Car Bombings in Baghdad

There was a deadly and coordinated attack in Baghdad with three car bombs exploding during the morning rush. At least 41 were killed and dozens injured. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Troops Force Out Gaza Settlers

In the Gaza Strip, Israeli troops began using force to remove Jewish settlers who refuse to leave on their own. CBS News' David Hawkins reports.

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Soft Drinks, Hard Truths

Soft drink makers are reducing the availability of their fizzy drinks to children in school. But is the move more public relations than public health? Sandra Hughes has the story.

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Mistaken UK Shooting Scandal

London police say the man they mistakenly shot in the subway was a victim of mistaken identity. But now their entire version of the events is under question, Mark Phillips reports.

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Mom Now Anti-War Lightning Rod

Some of Cindy Sheehan's rhetoric has made her a target for some conservatives. Bill Plante reports that liberal groups are trying to revive her anti-war message with candlelight vigils.

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Assessing Fuel Efficiency Tips

Record-high prices at the pump have led many to search for creative ways to save a few bucks on gas. Do the methods work? Sandra Hughes reports.

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Gaza Deadline Passes

The results in Gaza have been mixed, with some settlers resisting the midnight move-out deadline set by the Israeli government. David Hawkins reports.

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A Baby Or A Terrorist?

A Virginia baby was stopped at Dulles airport after his name popped up on a watch list. Nancy Yamada reports that he was almost denied boarding on an international flight for security reasons.

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