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Monday, October 10, 2005

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Monday: Growing disaster in South Asia, wartime Marine recruits and penguins evacuated to Calif.

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Growing Disaster In South Asia

The earthquake happened Saturday but only now, as relief workers get deeper into the area, are they beginning to understand the magnitude of the disaster. Richard Roth reports.

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Officials- Over 20,000 Dead

Rescue operations took on new urgency in Pakistan and India three days after that massive earthquake turned entire city blocks to dust. Now, more aid is pouring into the region. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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All Eyes On India, Pakistan

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Aileen Sirgany reports on the current state of things in the areas of Pakistan and India that were leveled by a 7.6 magnitude earthquake.

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U.S. Offers Aid After Quake

The United States is giving more than $50 million to assist areas of Pakistan and India that were devastated. Aleen Sirgany reports that the death toll is at more than 20,000 and could increase.

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Destruction In Pakistan

Web Exclusive: Richard Roth reports from Pakistan, where there was a bright spot amid the devastation when townspeople rescued two children trapped beneath a collapsed school building.

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Earthquake Relief In Pakistan

Faiza Janmohamed has been organizing the aid effort for Mercy Corps International in Pakistan. She spoke with Julie Chen of "The Early Show" on the earthquake relief efforts.

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Quake's Death Toll Rising

In Pakistan, the death toll is rising as rescuers struggle to reach the hardest hit regions. The 7.6 quake killed more than 20,000 people and injured tens of thousands more. Richard Roth reports.

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Wartime Marine Recruits

Some wonder why anyone would voluntarily enlist during wartime. Sharyn Alfonsi reports that they enlisted because of 9/11 and that for many Marine recruits, 9/11 and Iraq are inseparable.

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NYPD Remains On Alert

New York Police Officers remain highly visible in the subways and there are no plans to reduce the extra security despite questions about the recent terrorist threat. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Where Marines Are Made

Web Exclusive: Sharyn Alfonsi reports from Parris Island, South Carolina, where she talked to a group of young Marines about the war and how its affecting them.

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Bush Comments On Earthquake

CBS News RAW: President Bush promised U.S. support to help the victims of the Pakistan earthquake in the form of cash and eight helicopters to aid with rescue operations.

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Earthquake Shakes Up Kashmir

The earthquake that hit Pakistan was the country?s worst natural disaster. Its effects were felt all the way from Afghanistan to India, but the hardest hit area was in Kashmir. Richard Roth reports.

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Pope Requests Earthquake Aid

CBS News RAW: Pope Benedict XVI requested "swift and generous" aid for those stricken by the South Asia earthquake, which killed more than 20,000 people.

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