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China's media strategy

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Xiao Qiang director of the University of California, Berkeley's China Internet Project, about China's strategy for handling media coverage of the protests in western China.

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Renewed protests in Iran

There were new protests in Iran's capital Tehran today. Demonstrators gathered despite an official ban on public gatherings. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the story from Los Angeles Times reporter Borzhou Daragahi, who's in Beirut.

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Searching for my shooter

Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with photo-journalist Otto Pohl, who was shot while covering a standoff between protestors and Russian security forces in 1993. Pohl recently returned to Russia to try to find the soldier who shot him.

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Hacking into celebrity cell phones

The News of The World, a tabloid owned by Rupert Murdoch, has allegedly been hacking into thousands of celebrity cell phones. Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with The World's Technology Correspondent Clark Boyd to find out how this sort of hacking is done.

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Keeping secrets from Congress

This weekend the New York Times broke the story that the Bush administration had a secret counter-terrorism program started after the 9/11 attacks and that Vice President Cheney directed the CIA to keep it from Congress. Jason Margolis reports.

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Going grassroots in Japan

Inspired by the grassroots Obama campaign, a Japanese student tried to start an online group to mobilize young Japanese voters. But he discovered that his online effort violates the country's 50-year-old election law. Akiko Fujita reports.