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Now, Lara Logan, the CBS correspondent who reported that story, and her producer are taking leaves of absence at management's request. And…uh I felt them tear out, they literally just tore my pants to shreds. Accuracy and availability may vary. Earlier, he had told the FBI that he wasn't even there on the night of the attack. I live a little bit with that fear because you’re 30 per cent more likely, once you’ve had breast cancer at a young age, to get it again. ', Terrifying ordeal: Lara Loganspoke candidly and bravely about the assault during the Egyptian uprisings, saying she was convinced she was going to die, Miss Logan said: 'Suddenly, before I even know what's happening, I feel hands grabbing my breasts, grabbing my crotch, grabbing me from behind.
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Are there implications for this story beyond the internal problems at "60 Minutes"? It’s the greatest thing in the world to live in a beautiful tiny town in the hill country and still do this job.
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This text may not be in its final form and may be updated or revised in the future. FOLKENFLIK: Well, this obviously has been a surrogate for an argument over whether or not the Obama administration has been tough enough on terrorist threats. And ongoing physical health problems because of severe pelvic pain. It was almost easier to survive Shock and Awe in Baghdad than it was that. Devoted mother-of-four, 31, dies from brain cancer after her chemotherapy was stopped for three months due... Support for your immune health from an innovative supplement - a story of gut instinct. CBS, Mr. Ortiz found, could have easily come across that material if it had done its own reporting. When you reflect on the last six years — being sexually assaulted by a mob of more than 200 men while reporting, a breast cancer diagnosis and the fallout from the Benghazi report, which resulted in you taking a temporary leave of absence from the show — what are your thoughts? It said she had 'suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating before being saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 Egyptian soldiers'. Ms Logan and her film crew made their way to Tahrir Square, where a jubilant crowd begged her for autographs. What’s helped more than anything is a pain specialist who can reach pelvic muscles very deep inside the body — muscles that hold onto the trauma and the stress. It’s best captured in what a general said to me: ‘Great to see you on 60 Minutes (again).’ And I said ‘I’m back on my feet.’ He looked at me and said, ‘Lara, you’ve never been off your feet.’ That was very important for me to remember. When you’re dealing with a person who has a security clearance, who’s been vetted by the U.S. State Department and put in charge of diplomatic security in a very hostile unstable place, there are certain things that go with that. Copyright © 2013 NPR. We have this idea that the person we were before is the whole person and after we’re left in pieces, and if we could just rebuild the whole we could say ‘We’ve recovered.’ Recovery, for me, is that I’ll never return to who I was before.