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  1. Lara Logan Breaks Silence About Egypt Sexual Assault

    12:57 pm 4/28/2011

    The CBS News chief foreign correspondent recounts her horrific ordeal in a "60 Minutes" interview.Read more

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  2. CNN Crew Narrowly Escapes Bomb Attack in Libya (Video)

    6:04 am 3/3/2011

    An explosion went off about "100 feet from where we were standing," says correspondent Ben Wedeman.Read more

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  3. Al-Jazeera English Rep Meets With Cable Execs in Push for More U.S. Carriage

    7:43 pm 2/23/2011

    Executives at the Qatar-based news network are hoping to leverage the exposure the channel has received for its coverage of protests in the Arab world.Read more

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  4. Lisa Ling 'Devastated' About Lara Logan Assault

    5:34 am 2/17/2011

    Ling calls the CBS News correspondent "a very courageous woman."Read more

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  5. Lara Logan Wants to Return to Work

    5:32 am 2/17/2011

    But "she has no idea" how long her recovery will take, a friend says.Read more

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  6. ABC News Correspondent Beaten in Bahrain

    6:40 pm 2/16/2011

    Miguel Marquez says he began yelling "Journalist!" during the military crackdown to show he wasn't a protestor.Read more

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  7. President Obama Telephones Assaulted CBS Newswoman Lara Logan

    5:45 pm 2/16/2011

    Logan is recovering at home from Feb. 11 attack at the hands of an Egyptian mob.Read more

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  8. Why Lara Logan Felt Compelled to Return to Egypt (Video)

    12:48 pm 2/16/2011

    Days before her horrific attack, she said in an interview on Charlie Rose that it was "in her blood to be here." Read more

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  9. CBS News' Lara Logan Released From Hospital After Egypt Assault

    8:19 am 2/16/2011

    She is recuperating at her Washington, D.C. home.Read more

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  10. Journalist Apologizes for Joking About CBS News' Lara Logan, Anderson Cooper Egypt Assault on Twitter

    6:36 am 2/16/2011

    "I am deeply ashamed because they do not represent who I am," Nir Rosen, who has written for the New York Times and New Yorker and contributed to an Oscar-nominated documentary, tells THR.Read more

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