- Newsmaker: Spate of Anti-Christian Attacks in Pakistan
Three nurses were killed today and twenty others were injured as they were leaving chapel services at a Christian hospital in Taxila, Pakistan. One of three men who lobbed grenades was also killed when a grenade exploded prematurely. Rahimullah Yusufzai, who reports for Pakistan-s English-language paper, The News, analyzes the recent spate of attacks on Pakistani Christians.
- Reporter's Notebook: Controversy over Development of National Monuments
They-re favored by vacationers, but oil drillers, miners and other developers have a different point of view. Former President Clinton-s creation of 17 new national monuments and expansion of 5 more outraged the energy industry and off-road vehicle buffs. Now, the Bush Administration is taking another look. Judy Muller, West Coast correspondent for ABC News, has more on the continuing battles over federal land use.
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