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Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Terror Group's Alleged Revenge

As six U.S. soldiers face charges in the rape and murder of an Iraqi teen and her family, a terrorist group is claiming it killed three U.S. troops as revenge. Lee Cowan reports.

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U.S. Reverses Detainee Policy

In light of a recent Supreme Court ruling, Pentagon officials finally conceded that international law does apply to terrorist suspects being held in U.S. prisons. David Martin reports.

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State Dept. Security Breach

Investigators believe computer hackers targeting the State Department's headquarters have stolen sensitive information and passwords. Jim Stewart reports.

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The Mind Of A Soldier

Five soldiers and a former soldier, Steven Green, are charged with rape and murder in Iraq. How did Green get in the Army in the first place? Chief Investigative Correspondent Armen Keteyian explains.

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147 Dead In Indian Bombings

The death toll is rising in India where a series of blasts ripped apart crowded commuter trains. Police say the explosions were part of a well-coordinated terrorist attack. Gwen Belton reports.

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Rumsfeld- Taliban Will Fail

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan and said the U.S. is committed to the country and that the Taliban will be defeated. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Top Chechen Terrorist Killed

Russia's most wanted terrorist was killed by government troops fighting Chechen rebels. As Beth Knobel reports, Shamil Basayev was responsible for numerous terrorist acts.

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Fallout From Iraqi Massacre

Gwen Belton reports on the latest violence in a Shiite section of Iraq, a day after 41 Sunnis were killed by gunmen. This news comes as closing arguments get under way in Saddam Hussein's trial.

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Russia To Host G-8 Summit

The eight wealthiest industrialized nations are set to meet in Russia for the G-8 summit, but the host nation is expected to face criticism over the country's state of democracy. Beth Knobel reports.

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