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Monday, June 27, 2011

CNN in Yemen & Syria

CNN is the ONLY U.S. television network in Yemen at this time. This is ahead of Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh reportedly making his first media appearance some time in the next 48 hours, since being seriously wounded in an attack on a mosque in his compound in June. Sr. Intl Correspondent Nic Robertson (@nicrobertsoncnn) and Mohammed Jamjoom (@jamjoomcnn) are in Sanaa, Yemen.

Arwa Damon (@arwacnn) and Hala Gorani (@halagorani) have been reporting live from inside Syria since last week.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

CNN has some of the world's best reporters.
It is real shame that CNN hates the reporters.
CNN should invest heavily in newsgathering.
CNN was once on the same level as the big
3 news organizations. Now CNN is no longer
the leader. CNN is missing too many stories.
The big 3 have left CNN behind.