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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Refugees, nukes, a DMZ, smuggling, thieves... yikes!


A very busy week on the international front. Here's some of what the CNN teams are covering...

Monday, Dan Rivers reported from Islamabad on the fighting in the Swat Valley as the Pakistani army tries to oust the Taliban, as well as the mass exodus of residents to refugee camps:

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Tuesday, Dan reported on the horrific conditions the refugees are describing in the home region:

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After North Korea conducted another nuclear test early Monday, Morgan Neill (currently covering the Tokyo bureau) reported on Japan's reaction to the test:

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Wednesday, as Japan officially downplayed the test, Morgan spoke to a woman of North Korean decent who lives in Japan about the reaction she feels from her fellow countrymen:

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The same day, a piece from Zain Verjee gave us a look at the Korean DMZ:

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Wednesday, Paula Hancocks gave us a look at one of the smuggling tunnels used to move food and goods (and weapons) from Egypt into Gaza:

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Cal Perry is wrapping up a rotation in Baghdad and today he gave us a look at the infamous Thieves' Market before heading back to Beirut:

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That's it for me this week. See you Monday!

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

To spice up it's map look. I hope CNN expands
on the magical wall with the digital video globe
or the magic globe if you will. It takes the maps
and planets and storms and everything to another
level. With this it would be like the regions in
Pakistan would be in your living room.It is far
superior to Google Earth by far.