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Saturday, June 3, 2006

Canada's Homegrown Terror Cell

Canada's prime minister said the round-up of a ring of suspected terrorism plotters is evidence that his country is not immune to the threat of terrorism. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Canadian PM On Terror Plot

CBS News RAW: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the assistant commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police talk about the arrest of 17 people on terrorism-related charges.

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Inquiry Closure Upsets Iraqis

The Iraqi government is vowing to seek compensation for the families of the victims of three alleged murder cases, including the reported Haditha massacre by U.S. troops. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Pentagon Probes Two Massacres

Iraq's government is criticizing the U.S. for clearing American troops accused of intentionally killing a group of civilians north of Baghdad in March. David Martin reports. CAUTION: Graphic images.

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Marine Probe Sparks Anger

The U.S. is facing claims of wrongdoing in Iraq, including charges that Marines killed 24 civilians in Haditha. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, the end of another investigation is being questioned.

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Gay Marriage Again On Debate

Lawmakers in Capitol Hill will again debate a hot-button issue ? same-sex marriage. Its advocates have responded to President Bush's radio address backing a gay marriage ban. Joie Chen reports.

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Expert On Terror's Growth

CBS News analyst Michael Scheuer was in charge of tracking terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden for the CIA. He talks to Thalia Assuras about terrorism cells' homegrown nature.

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Blunt- I'm Emotionally Stunted

British singer James Blunt talks to Tracy Smith about the way he expresses his feelings, and his experience in the British military in Kosovo.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the government's report on jobs and unemployment, a decrease in oil prices, and a cheap gas offer by U.S. automakers attempting to draw customers.

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Mourning A Fallen Soldier

As CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier recovers from injuries sustained in a car bombing in Iraq on Monday, the family of a U.S. soldier is mourning their own loss. Bianca Solorzano has more.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Unemployment figures are down but there are signs that the economy is cooling down, 25 years after the AIDS epidemic appeared and a fallen hero in Iraq.

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