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Saturday, April 18, 2009

"Peace" at any price?


Tuesday, Reza Sayah had a report about the "peace" deal between the Pakistan government and the Taliban. Perhaps I have completely misunderstood, but aren't the public punishments and prevention of female education a basic part of the Taliban's interpretation of Sharia law?


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The story of the 8-year-old Saudi girl who was married off by her male relatives has been in the news quite a bit lately and on Tuesday, International's Mohammed Jamjoom spoke to Wolf Blitzer about the legalities of the case:

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Karl Penhaul is back in Bogota after spending several weeks tracking the Mexican drug cartels. Wednesday CNN began airing his report on the traffic in Juarez:

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Roland Martin spoke with him live that afternoon:

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This Sunday, Fareed Zakaria has exclusive interviews with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and US "Special Envoy" Richard Holbrooke. Here is a preview of the interview with President Karzai:

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Where in the World...?

SATURDAY: The week began with the pirate/hostage story still dominating the news, and Stan Grant was in Mombasa, Kenya; Barbara Starr in Manama, Bahrain; and Susan Candiotti in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts. Melissa Long was in for Fredricka Whitfield.

SUNDAY: Melissa was again in for Fredricka.

MONDAY: Joy Behar was in for Larry King.

WEDNESDAY: Karl Penhaul was in Bogota, Columbia (above) after spending several weeks tracking the drug cartels in Mexico. Kitty Pilgrim was in for Lou Dobbs; Christiane Amanpour was in for Anderson Cooper.

THURSDAY: Suzanne Malveaux was in Mexico City to cover President Obama's trip; Larry broadcast his program from San Ysidro, California; Candy Crowley was in Evansville, Indiana to cover a speech by Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. Kitty was in for Lou.

FRIDAY: Kitty was in for Lou.

Enjoy the weekend!

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