Sunday on "60 Minutes," CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan will discuss the assault she suffered in Egypt's Tahrir Square while covering a celebration of the revolution there in February.

At the time, she was on assignment for "60 Minutes." This will be her first TV interview about the attack that she says she did not think she would survive.

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Logan, who had her first full day back in her "60 Minutes"office Wednesday, says she is healing.

"I am so much stronger [now]," she says.

Logan says she hopes her story will give courage to other victims of sexual assault, especially female reporters who fear such admissions may impact their work.

Here's a clip from the interview.

Scott Pelley, the long-time "60 Minutes" correspondent who this week was named anchor of the "CBS Evening News," interviews Logan in Sunday's report.

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