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Look out, Fidel! Bob Woodruff's coming

Bob Woodruff, the ABC news anchor who was nearly killed by a roadside bomb while covering a story in Bobwoodruff Iraq 16 months ago, is out on assignment for the first time since he was hurt -- and it's in Havana. Woodruff will report on May Day activities in Havana (including, I imagine, Fidel Castro's presence or absence, and what that means) starting with World News Sunday this weekend. His cameraman on the assignment: Doug Vogt, who was also banged up pretty badly by that roadside bomb.   


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