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Sunday, June 4, 2006

In Harm's Way

Face The Nation host Bob Schieffer explains why CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier covered the war in Iraq, even though it's a dangerous beat for journalists.

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Advances In Military Medicine

Randall Pinkston reports on how technology and medical advances in the battlefield have given those wounded in war a chance of survival never before seen in warfare.

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Special IED Medical Treatment

Soldiers injured by an IED in Iraq will make their first stop at Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland as part of their rehabilitation and recovery process. Michelle Miller reports.

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Sectarian Violence Erupts

The bloodshed in Iraq escalated after gunmen stopped three minibuses and killed 21 Kurds and Shia, many of whom were students, in retaliation of eight murdered Sunni men. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Muslim Backlash In Canada

A day after Canadian Mounties prevented a potential terrorist attack on its own soil, the repercussions from the arrest of 17 Muslim men is being felt in Arab communities. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Iran Threatens To Cut Off Oil

Iran's supreme leader said his nation is willing to talk about its nuclear program, but warned if the U.S. attacked, oil supplies throughout the entire region would be cut off. Mark Phillips reports.

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Porous Northern Border?

The debate in D.C. may be centered on the U.S.-Mexican border because of illegal immigration, but the bigger threat may be up north, after a terrorist attack in Canada was averted. Joie Chen reports.

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St. Guillen's Legacy Lives On

Immette St. Guillen's family was on hand in New York, as John Jay College awarded the first scholarship in honor of the murdered student. WCBS' Claire Leka reports.

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Iraq's Gov't Still Deadlocked

On a day when 21 people, many of whom were students, were killed during an ambush, Iraq's prime minister failed to reach a consensus on filling key security posts in the ministry. Teri Okita reports.

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President Bush's Radio Address

CBS News RAW: In his weekly radio address, President Bush backed a resolution to amend the Constitution to define marriage as a union between a man and a woman.

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In History- The Six-Day War

This Week In History: Mike Wallace reports on Israel's attack against Egypt on June 5, 1967, marking the beginning of The Six-Day War between Israel and Egypt, Jordan and Syria.

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1979- John Paul II In Poland

This Week In History: Pope John Paul II was welcomed by thousands on a trip to his homeland on June 2, 1979.

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