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Saturday, April 1, 2006

Protest Greets Rice In England

CBS News RAW: Protesters greeted Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and her British counterpart Jack Straw outside the town hall of Blackburn, England. Rice defended the U.S. policy on Iraq.

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N.O. Rally For Voting Rights

CBS News RAW: Revs. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton lead hundreds of protesters in New Orleans demanding the right of all displaced residents to vote in the April 22 city election.

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'Let The Healing Begin'

CBS News RAW: Richard Bergenheim, editor of the Christian Science Monitor, reads part of a statement written by freed hostage Jill Carroll and talks about her return home.

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Pro-Immigration March In NYC

CBS News RAW: Thousands march across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City to protest tougher immigration legislation that the Senate is debating. NO AUDIO

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Travel Postcards- Sonic Sound Sculpture

That sound wafting up from a subway grate at 46th Street and Broadway? It's art. Metro reporter Sam Roberts explains.

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In History- King Assasinated

This Week In History: Civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr., who was standing outside a balcony at Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tenn., was assassinated on April 4, 1968.

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Immigration Debate Goes On

Immigration reform debate continues on Capitol Hill and on streets across America. CBS News' Claudia Coffey reports that President Bush is keeping up his demands for a guest worker program.

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