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Sunday, December 25, 2005

A Question Of Faith

The year 2005 will be remembered for natural disasters that have caused people worldwide to question their faith. Jim Axelrod asked three members of the clergy if there's a message coming from above.

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Tsunami Zone- One Year Later

Barry Petersen reports from Banda Aceh, Indonesia, which was decimated by the tsunami that swept through the Southeast Asia one year ago. Some 70,000 people are still living in tents awaiting aid.

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Hopeful Iraqi Christians

Christmas turned out to be another violent day in Iraq, but for the dwindling Christian community this was still a day of celebration and hope. Kelly Cobiella reports from Baghdad.

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Soldiers Home For The Holidays

Randall Pinkston reports on the joyful homecomings of U.S. soldiers across the country, but their enthusiasm was tempered by the knowledge that many of their brethren are heading to Iraq.

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Spy Debate Controversy Deepens

The debate over domestic eavesdropping and its legality ratcheted up another notch with a published report on allegations of high-tech spying involving telephone companies. Mark Knoller reports.

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New Mexico Explosives Theft

Authorities in Albuquerque, New Mexico have recovered 400-pounds of stolen explosives. Four men are under arrest, but officials do not believe it's terrorism-related. Dave Browde reports.

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Memorial For Tsunami Victims

CBS News RAW: Two days before the first anniversary of the Asian tsunami, a memorial was held in Phang-nga, Thailand, in honor of 14,000 Thais killed in the area.

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