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Sunday, October 9, 2005

Pakistan Earthquake Update

Many emergency relief agencies face an arduous task in Pakistan to reach survivors in small towns hard hit by the earthquake. CBS News' Richard Roth reports.

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Suicide Blast In Western Iraq

CBS News RAW: A suicide attacker detonated a car full of explosives at an Iraqi police checkpoint in western Baghdad killing at least five policemen and wounding 20 people.

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Debating Harriet Miers

Senators Sam Brownback, R-Kan., and Charles Schumber, (D-NY), spoke with CBS News? Bob Schieffer about the Supreme Court nomination of White House counsel Harriet Miers.

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Global Bird Flu Fears

The 1918 influenza flu pandemic is drawing comparisons to the Asian bird flu virus because scientists fear that the U.S. is unprepared to handle an epidemic among humans. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Extended Freeh Interview

Web Exclusive: Louis Freeh talks about the FBI's antiquated computer system; mistakes and controversies surround the work of the FBI; and the financial hardships of a public servant.

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Deadly Quake In South Asia

A 7.6-magnitude earthquake devastated parts of Pakistan, India and Afghanistan. Barry Petersen reports that the fear now is how many more lie beneath the ruins and if help can arrive soon enough.

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Bird Flu Anxiety Rises

As reports mount of bird flu outbreaks overseas, some public health experts say America's preparations are not up to the challenge. Dan Raviv reports on the official plan and its critics.

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