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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Japan Vs. North Korea

CBS News correspondent Barry Petersen explains the history behind the tension between Japan and North Korea and how recent missile tests could lead Japan to use force.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Israel launches a heavy attack on Lebanon, a new report urges steps to reduce the growing number of premature births and Shakespeare's first collection was auctioned off in London.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on the government approval of a new HIV drug, Medicare premium hikes for seniors and a new study, which says that women tend to smoke and drink more coffee if they work long hours.

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Astronauts Accomplish A Lot

CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood examines the procedures shuttle astronauts have completed on their mission and looks ahead to their return home.

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Is It War For Israel?

Professor Robert Lieber from Georgetown University discusses Israel's bombing of Gaza and their fight to retrive two abducted Israeli soldiers from Lebanon.

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Summer Camp For Soldiers' Kids

Cynthia Bowers visits a special summer camp that offers a free week of overnights for children of soldiers deployed in Iraq or Afghanistan.

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Bush On Mideast Violence

President Bush is in Germany this morning, where he discussed the violence in the Middle East. Bill Plante reports the president faces even more issues at the upcoming G8 Summit.

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What Gets Gas Prices Going

Violence in the Mideast is pushing the price of oil to record levels. Susan McGinnis reports prices are also affected by fears of the hurricane season and a new report showing oil inventory dropping.

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Marines Deployed To Lebanon?

The State Department says about 25,000 Americans live in Lebanon. If the conflict there continues to heat up, the U.S. government could send in the Marines. David Martin reports

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Plame Files Suit Over CIA Leak

Former CIA officer Valerie Plame and her husband Joseph Wilson are taking Vice President Cheney and presidential advisor Karl Rove to court. Jennifer Miller has the story.

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Pirating U.S. Goods In Russia

As President Bush prepares to visit Russia for the G-8 summit, American business owners in Russia are calling for new initiatives to make doing business in the country easier. Beth Knobel reports.

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India Investigates Bombings

Though there is still no claim of responsibility for the deadly train bombings in India, investigators say the tactics were similar to those used by Kashmiri militants. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Demonstrators Spar With Police

CBS News RAW: Demonstrators against a proposed South Korean-U.S. free trade deal clashed briefly with riot police July 12 in Seoul. Police used buses and fire trucks to quell the crowd.

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Piracy On G-8's Agenda

Leaders of the top eight industrialized nations will meet Saturday in St. Petersburg to discuss the piracy of music, movies and computer software, among other trade issues. Beth Knobel reports.

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