Saturday, December 20, 2008
Just some interesting pieces you may have missed this week while racing around shopping/wrapping/cooking:
Morgan Neill reports on the Russian warships visiting Cuba, and also an offer to release political prisoners:
Arwa Damon updates the recovery of little Youssif, the boy who was doused with gasoline and set on fire by masked assailants in Baghdad:
Cal Perry did a piece for BackStory on how they get around the crowded Beirut streets in order to do stand-ups:
Richard Quest tells the story of one of the most common sights for travelers -- the Gideon Bible:
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Where in the World...?
SATURDAY: Don Lemon was back in Atlanta after spending Friday in Chicago.
SUNDAY: Alina Cho was in for Fredricka Whitfield.
MONDAY: Brianna Keiller, Ed Lavendera, and Jessica Yellin were all in Chicago, covering the transition and the governor; Nic Robertson reported from London on President Bush's visit to Afghanistan; Carol Costello was in for John Roberts; TJ Holmes was in for Kyra Phillips; Betty Nguyen was in for Tony Harris (Tuesday also).
TUESDAY: Candy Crowley interviewed President Bush at the White House.
WEDNESDAY: Gary Tuchman was in Springfield, Illinois to cover the State Supreme Court decision on the governor; Jill Dougherty is in Baghdad; Carol was in for Kiran Chetry; Don Lemon was in for Tony (also Thursday and Friday); Joy Behar was in for Larry King.
THURSDAY: Gary was in Fenton, Missouri at a Chrysler plant as it went into the temporary shutdown.
FRIDAY: Gary was in Chicago for the latest on Governor Blagojevich; TJ was in for Heidi Collins.
Okay... back to the Christmas shopping!