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Monday, September 21, 2009

Iranian election protests continue

Friday, Reza Sayah reported on the latest protests in Iran, as a government-sanctioned rally was hijacked by election protesters:

Sunday, Atia Abawi reported on an internet message from Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Omar:

And Nic Robertson was in Rome, where the bodies of six Italian paratroopers killed in Afghanistan were returned home to a heroes' welcome:

With terrorist arrests in New York and Colorado making headlines, Betty Nguyen spoke with Peter Bergen about the seriousness of the situation and whether it is now contained:

(And although it's becoming a more common error as time passes, Peter Bergen did not "conduct" the bin Laden interview, he produced it. The reporter who conducted it was Peter Arnett.)

Last week I posted some of Cal Perry's reports about the release of the 'shoe-thrower' after almost a year in an Iraqi prison. Friday Michael Holmes showed the BackStory of how Cal got the story despite having the flu:

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Where in the World...?

MONDAY: Tom Foreman was in New Haven, Connecticut. TJ Holmes was in for Rick Sanchez.

TUESDAY: Chris Lawrence was in Baghdad (with Vice President Biden); Lou Dobbs was in Washington; Campbell Brown was in Carlsbad, California.

WEDNESDAY: Arwa Damon was back in Jakarta (per her tweet). Fredricka Whitfield was in for Kyra Phillips; Rick Sanchez was in New York City and also in for Campbell.

THURSDAY: Anderson Cooper was in Los Angeles. TJ was in for John Roberts; Fredricka was in for Kyra.

FRIDAY: Anderson was in Los Angeles; John King was at the White House to interview President Obama. TJ was in for John Roberts; Betty Nguyen was in for Kyra; Dr. Phil McGraw was in for Larry King.

SATURDAY: Nic Robertson was in Rome (above).

SUNDAY: Soledad O'Brien was in Havana, Cuba.

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Mavis said...

I really think Reza Sayah is doing a great job covering the events that have unfolded over the past months in Iran. His passion for his home country comes through.

The whole culture of the Middle East is so far removed from anything I have ever experienced. I am so fascinated by it.

Anonymous said...

Reza Sayah does a great job because he has found a way to connect with the American audience. He has assimilated enough to show and appreciation for our culture and still show a great respect for his own.

Anonymous said...

Is it true that CNN will have a new set in
Atlanta.TV Newser says this is so. Boy that
would be a welcome sight. I really think CBS
has the best look when it comes to graphics
and banners. Let's hope this leads to less
clutter on the screen.

Mavis said...

@Anonymous, you said that very well.

Mavis said...

I should have said, @ Anonymous 12:27.