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Saturday, June 10, 2006

Hurricanes Jeopardize Oil Rigs

Before hurricanes hit land, they can cause plenty of damage, especially in the Gulf of Mexico, where the nation's energy supply is again jeopardized by the hurricane season. Michelle Miller reports.

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Hamas Ends Cease Fire

Following a deadly explosion in Gaza that Palestinians say is Israel's fault, the Palestinian group Hamas ended a shaky 16-month truce by firing up to 24 mortar rounds into Israel. Bob Simon reports.

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Violence Escalates In Iraq

After a one-day curfew, the daily round of bombs and killings that have made life so dangerous in central Iraq picked up again. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Baghdad.

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Detainees' Lawyer On Gitmo

Mika Brzezinski talks with Joshua Denbeaux, an attorney representing Guantanamo detainees who was at the prison recently, to get his insights on the facility and the way prisoners are treated.

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Deaths At Guantanamo Bay

The first suicides ever to be carried out at the Guantanamo Bay prison will probably increase pressure on the Bush administration to shut it down. Joie Chen reports.

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Yeltsin Celebrates Victory

This Week In History: Anthony Mason reported on June 13, 1991, that ex-communist Boris Yeltsin defeated five opponents in Russia's first ever presidential election.

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Tom DeLay's Parting Words

Tom DeLay said goodbye to Congress and not everyone stayed to give him an audience. However, DeLay called his departure a happy day. Susan McGinnis reports.

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Protesting Zarqawi's Death

CBS News RAW: Scores of people demonstrated in Khan Younis in the Gaza Strip on June 8 in protest of the killing of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Iraqi insurgency leader.

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Details Of Zarqawi's Death

The Pentagon announced that Abu Musab al-Zarqawi actually died after the U.S. air strike, and President Bush warned that Zarqawi's death may lead to more violence. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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