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Saturday, May 31, 2008

Earthquake aftermath

A relative scans a list of high school students 
who survived the powerful earthquake in China, 
at a stadium in the city of Mianyang.

Wilf Dinnick, who is normally based in UAE, has been covering the earthquake in China. Here are a few of his reports from the past week:

NewsRoom 5/24: A look at the tent cities where millions of people are now living:

American Morning 5/26: Survivors search for their missing family members:

NewsRoom 5/27: Parents protest after the collapse of an elementary school reveals shortcuts in building standards:

NewsRoom 5/28: Fear that the "quake lakes" formed by the earthquake will cause a flood cause a town to be abandoned:

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Candy Crowley writes the greatest/funniest blog posts. If you've missed her return to the 360 blog, be sure to check out her two entries from this week -- her absence explained and (destined to become a classic) Grumplestilskin.

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Where in the World...?

Quiet week this week, with the holiday and all. Nothing at all for Monday. Tuesday, Sanjay Gupta was in Los Angeles; Candy Crowley was in North Las Vegas, Nevada. Wednesday, Candy was in Thornton, Colorado; John Roberts was a guest on Election Center and AC360. Thursday, Candy was in Chicago, Illinois. Friday, Suzanne Malveaux was in Washington, DC; Anderson Cooper was a guest on Election Center (above, on the "wrong" side of the table!).

Well, we'll have to see how much traveling happens once the primaries end this week... I would hope everyone gets several weeks of vacation before having to gird up for the general election coverage, but there may not be time! The rest of us, however, are going to enjoy our summers, even though the price of gas is too high to be able to travel!

Have a great weekend!

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1 comment:

MWmcFan said...

Excellent post Cyn. It’s important not to forget the people in China still suffering from the devastating earthquake. Wilf’s way of reporting such human tragedy is done with such sensitivity and it motivates me to contribute in the relief effort.
And thanks for pointing me to the Candy blog posts. She is so witty, her sense of humor must get her through all the rough times on the campaign trail – she is wonderful!