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Monday, February 16, 2009

The latest on Russia, Iran, Lebanon, Afghanistan, and Venezuela

Last week, Christiane Amanpour appeared on American Morning to discuss the latest on relations with Russia:

A day later, Christiane was back to discuss Iran's latest announcement that it is willing to consider talking to the US about those pesky nuclear ambitions:

Meanwhile, Reza Sayah is in Tehran and covered public rallies marking the 30th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution (and takeover of the American Embassy):

Cal Perry covered a very different kind of rally in Beirut on Saturday -- the fourth anniversary of the assassination of Prime Minister Rafik Hariri:

Stan Grant spoke with a young girl in Afghanistan who is using poems to challenge the Taliban:

Morgan Neill is in Caracus, Venezuela to cover the ballot referendum there, which will decide whether Hugo Chavez will have to accept term limits:

That's it for me this week... but two CNN programming notes to share: tomorrow (Tuesday) night, Larry King has an exclusive interview with President Bill Clinton at the Clinton Library in Little Rock, Arkansas, and then the second hour of Anderson Cooper 360 that night will be another of Ali Velshi's "Money Summit" specials, this time focusing on the Economic Stimulus Package. 

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