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Explosion Near U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan

A loud explosion has been heard near the U.S. Embassy in Kabul as Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld visits U.S. troops and Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

Israel Criticizes U.S. On Peace Talks

The Israeli government says the U.S. is making a mistake in meeting with unofficial peace negotiators.

Geneva Documentary

We speak to an Israeli journalist about a documentary she recently broadcast using "reality tv" footage from the secret Geneva accord negotiations.

Religious Leader Visits N. Korea

Reverend John McCullough, Executive Director of Church World Services, is back from a visit in North Korea where he observed the humanitarian situation.

Boston Diocese Sells Property for Settlement

The Archdiocese of Boston will sell their historic mansion and acres of property to help pay for the $85 million settlement to alleged victims of clergy sex abuse.

Funeral Conglomerate to Pay $100 Million Settlement

The world's largest funeral home chain will pay $100 million to families whose loved ones' remains were mishandled. The senior attorney for AARP talks about how common this abuse is and how to watch out for it.

Letters 12/04/03

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Wayfaring Strangers

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This program aired on December 4, 2003.

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