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  1. Stephanie from Atlanta

    Welcome Back Christiane! I've missed your show and I look forward to watching it online!

    April 17, 2012 at 10:10 pm | Reply
    • Shocked

      I am shocked by Amapour's perpetuation of the totally false ideas about Mayan culture currently being spouted by truth-challenged attention seekers. I will never trust another word to come out of her mouth. She belongs on Faux Noise.

      December 20, 2012 at 4:13 pm | Reply
      • Akram Al Obiedi

        To support your claim, Amanpour is also anti-Muslim fraud. Go back to her report on 2010 about women rights in Iran. She intentionally interpreted the Muslim word (Qasas) as (revenge)..While in fact (Qasas) means (fair punishment after trail). CNN ignored our call to issue an apology, simply because they want to defend the crusader minded Amanpour.

        January 18, 2013 at 7:59 am |
      • Ally821

        I don't know much about Ms. Amanpour's history, but I do hope she has educated herself on these facts.

        However, I do applaud her efforts on Guantanamo's crisis. I do hope her voice and all others will be heard and hopefully those men will freed.

        Keep up the great job, Ms. Amanpour!

        May 17, 2013 at 11:28 am |
      • Francesco

        http://rt.com/usa/churkin-response-amanpour-cnn-465/

        The U.S triggered what happened in Libya, Egypt, Syria and now Ukraine. They want to create chaos for own profit.
        The CNN is even more powerful then the U.S Army, because its used as a political tool and it controls american minds.
        Amanpoor is just part of this scheme.

        March 22, 2014 at 6:29 am |
    • Mahmoud

      McCain .... Thank you have explained and informed the Egyptians strongly of Brotherhood Ptdam America p keen interest p expense of the people. Americas supports terrorism in Egypt

      August 6, 2013 at 11:23 pm | Reply
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      August 26, 2013 at 6:42 am | Reply
    • ajinla

      Christiane your such a bigot and an Israeli mouth piece and a war mongor. your interview with the Syrian UN ambassador is nothing short of unprofessional.

      September 3, 2013 at 8:07 pm | Reply
    • Marty

      Okay. Welcome back and thanks for bringing war criminals neocons like Wolfowitz and others to your show to talk about how they are planning another war in the Middle East. It is a spectacle.

      September 25, 2013 at 5:36 pm | Reply
  2. Chris from North Carolina

    This is the BEST news I've seen on CNN. Great to have you back, Christiane, and I look forward to the same high standards of reporting you have always had.

    April 18, 2012 at 2:28 pm | Reply
    • janet

      What channel is the show on? Denver's co

      April 15, 2013 at 3:10 pm | Reply
  3. Mengiste

    Dear Amanpour,

    I always your style of reporting about world politics. You have the courage, the charisma, and the knowledge to face all powerful leaders. I just watched your interview with the dictator in Uganda. I appreciate your way of challenging him, in spite of his ignorance and reluctance to answer your questions directly. I wish to see more of such questions on African dictators ( some of whom have been praised as the new leaders of Africa by Bill Clinton). One of those was the Ethiopian dictator, Meles Zenawi. I hope you put the same questions to this dictator who is pretending as a democratic leader in the face of world leaders.
    Thank you for your informed reporting!

    April 18, 2012 at 3:20 pm | Reply
    • Asadullah khan

      i have respect and regard for christian amanpour not only for the way she interviews the world dignitaries but also sor her covering unknown people like me as expressed in their communications.God bless her.

      November 7, 2013 at 9:52 am | Reply
  4. Gideon Dogara

    Hi Amanpour, you are realy doing a great job, we need more people like you that can step up to the challenge of journalism in our world God bless you.

    Gideon in Nigeria

    April 18, 2012 at 3:29 pm | Reply
    • jamesdkane

      Please note that the latest United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) report on Israeli abuse of child prisoners is NOWHERE to be found on CNN pages, and you can be sure will not be covered by Amanpour.

      March 7, 2013 at 4:47 am | Reply
  5. Ulla S

    Dear Amanapour

    I don´t understand why you don´t ask Israels Defense Minister Barak why he wants the IAEA to look into Irans nuclear program when he doesn´t allow IAEA to inspect Israels In Europe we call that double standard and it seems that you journalists always shy away from that question. Israel pretends that they don't have nuclear power although the scientific community (SIPRI) and IAEA know that they have at least 150 nuclear weapons.

    April 19, 2012 at 4:00 pm | Reply
    • zahir khalil

      Agreed with your comments. All the states must have the peaceful use of Nuclear technology. No body should become the Sharif and the lord of this world to dictate others about their intentions.

      October 17, 2012 at 3:33 am | Reply
    • inferencial

      Dear Ulla, it's called selective terrorism, the West decides who is a terrorist or not, should you fall in that ambit you are basically f.....k..d. What a lot of people don't understand is that here is a lost nation that have pretty much has been under the whip for 2000 years. They feel seriously threatened and for some unknown reason seem to suck on the hind t..t of the US. Should you take out the US out of the equation and leave them to the mercy of Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, Jordan and Iran. Well world peace would be very much in the making and the US economy would be for ever f...ked financially. Love Mr Finkelstine.

      February 1, 2013 at 5:21 pm | Reply
      • Antoon Schuller

        "CNN decides who is a terrorist" and invites people who share its views. When a terrorist act is in the headlines, honest journalism would be to invite always somebody on the side of the terrorists, to give his arguments for their act. Nobody puts himself into danger or, as many times is the case, gives his life, for nothing. Simply stupid was what I heard from the american defense secretary some months ago, referring to a suicide attack as "a cowardly act". Who is the westerner to sacrifice himself for his cause? So WHY, WHY do Islamists go on Jihad today, if yesterday they didn't? Because yesterday we were not the immoral bunch we are now.

        June 28, 2013 at 11:17 am |
    • Asadullah khan

      Apropos nuclear proliferation conventional wisdom was that that the big five only has the right to nuclear weapons(CTBT) as they were responsible.it is however believed Israel had nuclear technology from the US and south Africa from GermanyIAEA must be knowing it very well.

      November 7, 2013 at 10:17 am | Reply
    • Asadullah khan

      lost generations an american polish weeps rememembering warsaw much to the surprize of his grownup children born and brought up in newyork–call a hindu sharnathi,a muslim muhajir,a pelistinian refugee he will ask you what was his faulthe is living in unfamiliar surroundings--i am one of them

      November 7, 2013 at 2:47 pm | Reply
  6. A M

    great to have you back!

    April 20, 2012 at 3:00 am | Reply
    • Raymond davis

      I was a Muslim but now im in Jesus iIhave two doughters younger doughter name is Rose Mary and youngest doughter name is America but i hav threads in pakistan becuas convertion punished death

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  7. Khalid J.Qodax

    Backing amanpour will increase the audience of CNN, i am really admire your shows, particular the interview you made makes me fascinating my favourate

    April 20, 2012 at 5:44 pm | Reply
  8. Camilo De Lellis Thomazella

    've just watched your interview with Sami – it was so short but we can have an idea of how struggling that kind of job must be. He was home, but in the middle of a war. \\\\and you managed getting some nfo fout of his place. This is the bet news I've seen on CNN. It's so nice to have you back, Christiane.

    April 23, 2012 at 11:11 pm | Reply
  9. James Cunningham

    My wife and I are absolutely delighted to have Christiane back on CNN. Although she was never part of it, she was lost in the meaningless drivel of network television.

    April 24, 2012 at 7:05 pm | Reply
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      August 26, 2013 at 6:44 am | Reply
  10. Heloiza BBrandao

    Thank you thank you thank you for coming back. I can watch you, every day, in Brazil. You're the best. Best regards, HAeloiza BBrandao

    April 29, 2012 at 7:38 pm | Reply
  11. salah kamel

    clinton and ambassador paterson visit SCAF in egypt to secretly plot against Islamisys , you are supporting dirty SCAF to destroy our revolution
    you will pay much , fools for your hatred to Islam that is the only still unchanged religion according to your scholars investigations
    leave us alone or it is the end of your about to fall dirty country that supports enemies and tritors ofChrist and humanity, cursed Israel

    May 5, 2012 at 3:57 pm | Reply
    • Flip Wilsen

      Nobody is bothering you. It is YOU who are trying to force everyone to be Islamists. How about if YOU leave us alone? Just be a Muslim if you wish and leave people to be as they wish. Their religion is not your business. I don't like force from any religion including CNN trying to push Amanpour's Christian advocacy agenda. It is not good all the way around. Be well Mulsim brother but do not bother me and I shall leave you in peace, as well.

      July 18, 2012 at 2:07 pm | Reply
      • Hassan Makhdum

        Hey I think there is some confusion regarding Islam.No where in the Holy Quran does it say you should force religion on anyone.People have always converted to Islam because they felt like it.Thats why it might be hard to believe but after 9/11 most muslims/arabs were stereotyped as terrorists or fundamentalists, but after 9/11 many americans themselves have converted to Islam,and most of those americans were women who were not pressurised in any way. Islam has greatly been defamed by the media(e.g rights of women being denied/jihad against all faiths),thus people who dont do their own research would think it as a violent religion.I do agree with you people have a right to choose thier own faith, if any misguided muslims force their faith on anyone then their are not following Islam.They themselves should take the blame and not Islam.

        December 5, 2012 at 5:55 am |
  12. raymond

    i want to join in amanpour program

    May 5, 2012 at 5:09 pm | Reply
  13. raymond

    thank you miss for come back we love you ................

    May 5, 2012 at 5:11 pm | Reply
  14. ramdhuny

    wish you good luck in your endeavours, let us read more on pertinent issues

    bon courage

    May 11, 2012 at 1:39 am | Reply
  15. Mahsa

    We love you Christiane! Happy you are back!

    May 22, 2012 at 12:08 pm | Reply
  16. Col. Robert Evans UK (ret)

    Good to see you back Madame, I missed you,

    May 28, 2012 at 9:10 am | Reply
    • James

      Excellent~

      August 8, 2012 at 10:17 pm | Reply
    • inferencial

      As a former Captain in the SADF ( South African Defence Force) active service from 1974 – 1990 when commenting on social online media I refer myself to Mike Hardman, privileged citizen. Sir is this the norm for retired British Officers ?

      January 31, 2013 at 3:42 pm | Reply
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    May 28, 2012 at 10:04 am | Reply
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    June 11, 2012 at 6:08 am | Reply
  19. Dennis kibet koech

    I am highly disturbed by the state of world affairs but what eats at me most is the fact that we seem to have lost our humanity and our world leaders have lost their way instead of fighting for what is just their efforts are placed on their interests i cant understand how they can watch a population( SYRIA) being annihilated and just go on with their lives like everything is ok from what i have seen the only reason they speak out about the issue is that they are not seen as complacent but they all are and we can see that they can lay blame on each other all they want they should know we are not idiots even with Russia not on their side we know they can act if they want ...........The most sickening thing is the rest of the world is quiet people have been consumed by this celebrity culture that no one seems to care people have become self obsessed and if it doesn't directly affects them they simply don't care whatever happened to humanity is this the legacy we are willing to leave behind i am ashamed that i have to ask.......WHERE ARE YOU THE VOICE OF THE VOICELESS you have to shout and be heard humanity has gone astray

    June 14, 2012 at 10:00 am | Reply
  20. Anissa Hassouna. Cairo , Egypt

    Hi Amanpour

    I'm an Egyptian woman activist who is glad to have you in Egypt during this critical time and hope that you would showcase the current status of the women in Egypt who demonstrated in Tahrir shoulder to shoulder with their men colleagues and have struggled for their rights of citizenship since 100 years ago and now find themselves undermined and harrassed and looked upon as a second priority

    June 16, 2012 at 3:37 pm | Reply
  21. TexanMollie

    I wonder...
    Was the Egyptian military as powerful when Mubarak was president – but we are just now seeing the full extent?
    Was he their puppet?
    Thank you, Christiane, for your never-ending quest to bring the world into our homes.

    July 9, 2012 at 12:02 pm | Reply
  22. Flip Wilsen

    In a recent interview that Amanpour had with a female diplomat from Pakistan Amanpour and CNN were playing mind tricks with the audience. In some scenes Amanpour would wear her blouse nearly fully fastened at the top. In other scenes she would have her blouse opened and displaying a large christian cross on her neck. Yet in other scenes, no matter if her blouse was opened or not, this cross would inexplicable appear and disappear randomly between shots. What message is CNN trying to send and why does it have to be so underhanded?

    July 18, 2012 at 2:00 pm | Reply
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  24. TC Gerrard

    Having grown up with rifles and hunting I then moved into the international production community, I have seen a lot of violence. Friends bleeding from multiple wounds in Mexico, beruit. I do not understand the belief in America that you need a gun to protect yourself. 9 times out of ten those weapons are used against their family. Who needs an assault rifle?

    I have been licensed in the USA to carry fire arms for my self defense. I found that the fact that I am carrying a firearm prejudiced my reaction to a given situation. I feel that I am much more in controp of a situation without a firearm.

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    July 24, 2012 at 5:29 am | Reply
  25. rami kremesti

    Christiane as someone who is half Iranian, half English you have a duty to bring the USA and Iran closer together to resolve their differences, to be a bridge, a peace maker... I love your show on CNN, without you CNN is nothing...

    July 30, 2012 at 5:31 pm | Reply
  26. Kevin J. Niemi

    Climate change is real, carbon taxes & other policies are in effect or proposed (the effects will be hugely expensive. On top of that expense will be the cost of the solutions. We will go broke, cut services, and increase unemployment trying to afford all of this), empirical verification of cause-effect is still to be done (correlation is sloppy science), so let`s do it.
    The answer isn´t “do anything we can”. Instead it is to do more science and do it soon.

    Please, the topic is critically important, so go back to work scientists, tell us what you need, and we can ask Al Gore for help with the money to do this.

    Meanwhile, search for an article An Inconvenient Truth 2006 by Patrick Bedard, formerly at Car & Driver magazine, about climate change and specifically man-made contributions to the carbon threat. Please read. If there is an update to this article, please advise. And that is my two cents.

    August 4, 2012 at 4:32 pm | Reply
  27. Habib

    I love the way you conduct your interview,the best way possible.Best wishes for you.

    August 15, 2012 at 5:48 pm | Reply
  28. Carlos Libenson

    Dear Christiane

    I saw your report for God's warriors and I can only say thank you for the outstanding work

    I'm Brazilian and that reality sometimes looks not only dangerous but also incomprehensible.

    I did not know that you grew up in Iran, for instance, and that makes your work even more impressive.

    I believe that the reporter is part of the information itself, and I'm grateful for your kind of approach

    August 21, 2012 at 5:38 pm | Reply
  29. adel khodja

    you doing good job amanpour but please we need to show from you the truth of what happend between arabs occupated face on your program

    August 26, 2012 at 2:38 pm | Reply
  30. PERRY JACKSON

    AS WE SEE THINGS BUILDING UP IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND THINGS ON THE BRINK OF CATASTROPHY & COMPLETE RUINING. WE HAVE TO ANTICIPATE THE SUPERNATURAL INTERVENTION OF GOD WITH WHOM-SO-EVER HE CHOOSES
    TO USE IN THIS GIVEN SITUATION IN OUR LIVES. THINGS WILL GET INCREASINGLY WORST AND THINGS WILL BECOME SELF MOTIVATED WITH THE SELFISH INTENT. WE HAVE TO BE AWARE OF FALSE PROPHETS, DECEIVERS, LOVERS OF PASSION AND LOVERS OF SELF & FOR SOME OR THE MOST PART (LOVERS OF MONEY). MONEY SHOULD NOT BECOME OUR GOD ALTHOUGH WE HAVE PUT "IN GOD WE TRUST" ON OUR MONEY. SOME WILL PUT
    THEIR TRUST IN THE GOD OF THIS WORLD, THE RICHES AND TREASURES OF THIS WORLD, AND FINE & FANCY CARS
    AND HOUSES TO APPEASE THE SENSATIONS OF OTHERS. THESE MATERIAL THINGS WILL FADE, MONEY WILL LOOSE ITS VALUE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF OTHERS WILL HAVE SEEMED TO HAVE LOST ITS TRUE PURPOSE AND
    MEANING. KEEP THE FAITH . . . . . IN NOTHING ELSE AND DON'T PUT YOUR TRUST IN MAN NOR THE THINGS THAT HAVE BEEN MADE BY THE HANDS OF OTHER MEN.

    August 27, 2012 at 11:16 am | Reply
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    do you know how much money is produced by the sale of the electicity world wide.?
    My invention not only produces pollutent free eleticity,it can be done at less than 10% of current costs and would ensure electicity supplies for the rest of time,but it doesn't leave behide wiast products.
    If anyone i have seen on the news has the stomuch to follow this up its YOU.!but please be careful who you mspeak to,when this much money is at stake, lifebecomes cheap. if you wish to look into this more .use my e-mail sddress whitch is "antonysewell@btinternet.com" and my telephone number is "01584 819406.be careful who you speak to.!
    this system doesnot rely onclimatic weather conditions it will work ANYWHERE. hope i here from you .tony sewell

    September 9, 2012 at 11:06 pm | Reply
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  33. Chinedu Blaise

    Thanks Amanpour for your interview with the Equatorial Guinea president, that is just the evil and part of the problem with Africa

    October 1, 2012 at 4:47 pm | Reply
  34. David

    I am just watching you show with President Obiang of Equatorial Guinea. I have lived in Africa for years and have made several trips to that country. I can not understand how a man can sit calmly and lie like he is on this interview. He has built super highways to nowhere, arrested political opponents and it amongst the worst in corruption. In all the expenses on the infrastructure, basically nothing goes to education. He purposely maintains them in ignorance so they will not learn and see how he and his system are abusing them. He thinks he can lie his way to the end. They don't give visas for even business people to get there and work. He and his family are a total joke.

    October 1, 2012 at 5:20 pm | Reply
  35. Bilal Khan Afridi

    you doing good job amanpour. i watched your interview with imran khan.. i m from Trible Area of Pakistan ..

    October 10, 2012 at 10:16 am | Reply
  36. Syed Tufail Ahmad

    Hi amanpour i know you after watching your interview with Imran khan. I am happy to choose this plate form to send the message to the world. First of all i condemn the attack on malala yousaf zai of Pakistan and thanks to the national and international media for raising this issue very well. Aman pour drone attacks in Pakistan killed lot of innocents peoples and small children's same like malala yousaf zai every day. So i ask you to please raise this issue with same spirit and courage and urge media to do the same.

    October 12, 2012 at 4:47 pm | Reply
  37. simon

    amanpour God bless you and you are doing a very good job.

    October 14, 2012 at 11:42 pm | Reply
  38. Kimberly Yull

    Love your show. Race home from work to watch it. You offer perhaps the most informative and responsible news show available these days. I particularly enjoy your shows re. girls in the world (Malala) and how you push for, question and sometimes confront leaders over their views of girls in the world, their education, their freedoms, their strengths and the treatment they suffer at that hands of some peoples. You are a champion of girls and we are so blessed to have your voice and strength. Keep up the great work and don't let 'em talk their way out of those tough questions and issues!

    October 15, 2012 at 5:23 pm | Reply
  39. hayat

    HI AMANPOUR...I am Hayat FROM a ALGERIA...AM fond of ur way in u conducting ur programme..am always on time waiting fo u...BEST WHISHES...

    October 17, 2012 at 2:42 pm | Reply
  40. Timothy

    Amanpour, you are a true moron. For US to get involved in Syria would be lunacy. There is nothing there for us. They are Islmaic hard-liners who hate us and the country has nothing we need. Let them fight until the last man falls. Then maybe we can use the land as a giant MacDonald's parking lot.

    October 18, 2012 at 10:45 am | Reply
    • Hassan Makhdum

      Really??so u admit the U.S should only interfere if it wants something for itself like it did in Iraq for oil.You kno it is possible that instead of Syria's destruction, we might be witnessing the destruction of the America very soon.

      December 5, 2012 at 6:01 am | Reply
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      Dear Tim, Macdonalds, you yanks are so fat, you could not find a parking lot in Minnesota with a GPS let alone a continent you have never seen and cannot go to because you don't have a passport.

      February 1, 2013 at 4:11 pm | Reply
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    October 18, 2012 at 6:39 pm | Reply
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  44. Pinewalker

    Where's your reporting on the Benghazi masacre Christiane? Let's get some real investigative reporting going on this.!

    October 27, 2012 at 1:42 am | Reply
  45. oakleafbookz

    Dear Christiane, I always watch your programs — I have actually been watching for a very long time.

    I was watching your program today (2nd -Nov) on rebuilding the devastated areas from hurricane Sandy, and the options which were given by the lady expert had no bearing for a natural solution. Like most people I was wondering about planning for future protection for this bare coastline before the next big one.

    Surprisingly, nobody mentions mangrove forests. Why? Nature is so powerful it makes desolate all man-made developments. Wouldn’t the best solution be to use natural barriers instead of building man-made ones? Natural barriers have huge potential and are not static and hard as man-made ones. All the coasts we see on TV have no protection, and whereas we need pristine beaches for recreation etc., mangroves planted in portions along the coast can protect the eastern coastline of the US from future storms. Is this a possible option?

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    November 2, 2012 at 8:57 am | Reply
  46. babatunde brooklyn

    Hi Christiana amampour there is a news that u will love to tell on your program.my intention is to sell the news to you with facts available anytime u want it.its about a minister of mineral resources in southafrica Ms Susan shubanga.go to http://www.gov.sa and u will see her details.my phone number is 07051056091.

    November 13, 2012 at 7:27 am | Reply
    • inferencial

      Another black African from SA living out of the country wanting to sell her story for a dollar. Can they not give instead of wanting hand outs......

      February 1, 2013 at 4:18 pm | Reply
  47. colum lopez

    WHY do all U S and Cnn belave the Israelis ,and take there side even when the rest of the world can see that killing woman childern ,is it because there muslim ,and not good Tea Party people .I belave that the USA could be light to the world and not as now a move to the Dark side

    November 15, 2012 at 3:54 pm | Reply
  48. greg normang

    C.amapour....you speak your mind with conviction and fairness ,you revealed the sympathy for the poors,the cruelty inflicted on of Mankind ,the cries of the mothers and the orphans, we hear from you thousand of miles away ,hopelessly incapable to help but always whisper in prayer for guidance to sustain ur ideals.

    November 15, 2012 at 6:54 pm | Reply
  49. Sam

    Daniel Ben Simone represents only himself. He conveyed a feeling of panic in Israel which is not the case. Even the neighbor party has shown solidarity with the government in this time of crisis. I am ashamed to have someone like him in my Parliament. His reference to the White House as "the boss" is nonsensical!

    November 18, 2012 at 8:50 am | Reply
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    In short, you are brilliant Christiane... may the force be with you....

    November 26, 2012 at 3:28 am | Reply
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  51. sam

    I used to live in Washington state and politically active, Mr. Locke was politician in different capacities, we invited him to attend many of the rallies, demonstrations and protest, he never even bother to send his representative. I have been watching is activities since he became ambassador and never saw a single article, comments or talk on Tibetans suffering and abused by the CCP, or Chinese government. Only one time he went to Tibetan area and visited comments were very mild and never said anything bad conditions, Knowing his parents from China and how acted in the last twenty something years. I do not have hope that anything would come from him. We will continue to observe his or you should too.

    November 29, 2012 at 11:27 pm | Reply
  52. Bodi ndema

    helo Amanpour,
    please could you endeavor to interview africa²s last subtle dictator who has taken his country 30 years back into an era where government has become an official organized crime syndicate. to blind the outside world, he has put quite a few in jail, while the majority still fly around like bush rats hurrying to finish the looting before the game is closed. that man is paul biya of cameroon.
    when you do that, you will surely be voted ²journalist of the century².
    please, the world longs to watch that interview. over to you.

    December 4, 2012 at 4:02 pm | Reply
  53. Athula Ediriweera

    Dear Christine, You are the center stone of a beautiful reckless. CNN is the most trusted news provider and for me CNN means you. I really love the way you discharge your part of the deal.

    December 17, 2012 at 11:41 am | Reply
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      Your reckless....ness I think this man is in love with you doll.

      February 1, 2013 at 4:27 pm | Reply
  54. Robert

    Dear Christine...you simply the best and watch all your shows
    Like to keep my comment short , I am living in France and wonder why 280 million Americans need these weapons (to feel save???) Who is hunting who ...or better said what is there in America to hunt for : animals ,birds, humans? Most Americans claim to have a weapon to hunt as a sport...you must be running out of these poor birds , rabbits and wild live.Your second amendement was Ok until society was setlled down and law and order was implemented..Looks like American society lives in fear at all times , this is sad and will become more dangerous for all if change is not on the horizon.

    December 18, 2012 at 6:35 am | Reply
  55. jorge washinsen

    I think the Mothers Against Drunk Driving is one of the best things that could happen.It was 100 percent on target and a drunk, is a drunk, is a drunk.They kill kids without a plan everyday.

    December 20, 2012 at 12:34 pm | Reply
  56. frank richard sanga

    hi amanpour!i love your show it help to understand so many thing that i didnt know before, please welcome to Tanzania and talk to our leader, it will be my pleasure as always to watch your show i will host you.keep it up and may god bless you

    December 28, 2012 at 5:19 am | Reply
  57. mkirtikarphd

    You of all people should be well aware of the whole history of Palestine and Israel going back to WWII, of the history as it was and as it is, not the fake news that are fed to the world by all news media. Most of the real history of what the Israelis have done and continue to do is kept secret. It is sickening to those who know and who can think for themselves to listen to the interviews and your arguments.
    Its the Palestinians who are the victims here and not the Israelis who act as Nazis in the ME. How many in numbers have the Israelis killed of civilians women and children and how many have the Palestinians killed. That speaks for itself. You cannot say the past is past it is now that we need to concentrate on without telling us what the Israelis are really doing to the Palestinians. The Palestinians are defending themselves. The Israelis are the terrorists here. When is the real truth going to be revealed and when is there going to be an end to this cancer in the ME? You are aware for sure of the Universal Law of Cause and Effect. You can't really believe your own arguments?
    Jews Moslems and Christians and others lived and worked side by side in peace (except for very few minor exceptions) until the self serving decisions of the Western powers changed it all. OK so Israelis have established themselves there but now they should learn to live in peace and to be happy with what they have and not always want to steal more and more land of what does not belong to them. It is the Israelis the fanatics of them who should learn to live in peace with the world around them. They have lost all sympathies of the world of what the Nazis did to them because they are doing worse to the Arabs and more. It is the Israelis who believe that they are God's chosen people and are full of hate for all others both Moslems and Christians.
    The media and the journalists' duties is to inform the world of the TRUTH, and to help the world to get rid of ALL fanaticism and not support one side or the other. Give both sides of the stories without prejudice if possible at all! What you do is give one side and hide the other side atrocities and so gain sympathy for the one side only.
    As it is today the belief of most of everyone who thinks is that the journalists are more on the side of the evil than the good. Daily news is full of negative news everywhere and they ignore or hardly show much of the positive and the bright side of things. So in reality the media is making everything worse for everyone. I am not surprised that less and less thinking people watch the news.
    Its all about commercials and feeding us with nonsense. The very few good programs are kept rare and far in between.
    Frankly I was looking forward to your programs but I see that you are not objective at all in what you present.

    January 2, 2013 at 7:34 am | Reply
  58. predrag

    shame on you AMANPOUR! SERBIAN
    I I hate you

    January 3, 2013 at 7:46 pm | Reply
  59. PROMOVARE

    You really make it appear really easy with your presentation but I to find this matter to be really something which I feel I'd by no means understand. It seems too complex and very large for me. I am taking a look forward on your next put up, I'll attempt to get the cling of it!

    January 4, 2013 at 8:04 am | Reply
  60. Graham C. Lim

    A Prosperous New Year to you and your family, madam Amanpour. Take care.

    January 4, 2013 at 11:23 am | Reply
  61. Eddie

    Dear Amanpour,
    Thanks for your program focusedon Nigeria with the interview of Mr. President. It encapsulated the anormaly called Nigeria. My perspective is that corruption, misrule and poverty are symptoms the real problem lie in the lack of patrotism to what most consider a mere geographical expression called Nigeria. We are more loyal toour communities, ethnic groups, religious bodies. Nigeria? just a geese that for now lay the golden eggs. Oil which is the main stay of the community is situated in the minority, poor and maginalised tribes hence the wanton theft, degradation of the environment. Today the natives of these areas have joined in, in the fight for survival. An Ibo adage say 'the goat owned by the community sleep at the market place' That is Nigeria, we are not a nation
    Please research on this and bring to public knowledge. The Nigeria search for Nationship will take a long time while the Oil run, the world needs to be patient.

    Warm Regards

    Eddie
    Port Harcourt, RiversState.
    Nigeria

    January 24, 2013 at 7:02 am | Reply
  62. Eddie

    Dear Amanpour,
    Ignor earlier mail address, was in error

    January 24, 2013 at 7:05 am | Reply
  63. Eric

    Christianne

    Thank you for bringing up the M23 problem during the interview you conducted with Rwandan President P. Kagame.That man is responsible for much suffering in the DRC region. Hope people can begin to understand his manupilation of the international community while he still responsible for so many death the last 10 years and more.
    Im still recovering from pain of loosing allmost my whole family, my friends and many many people in DRC east.
    I hope you can keep pressure to get to the truth. One genocide does not justify another.

    He is responsible and I hope he pays for all the evill he committed in killing thousand and thousand of people.

    Keep up good work to bring out the truth

    January 26, 2013 at 6:26 am | Reply
  64. Rev Dr Felix Nwosu

    She is the Best Presenter ever seen.

    January 27, 2013 at 6:06 pm | Reply
  65. inferencial

    I think that CNN should take a closer look at President Jacob Zuma of South Africa behavior. Zuma and the ANC Government have just spent R260 million ( US 28 Billion) on a housing complex called Nkandla,which has the following: Helipad, Bunker, Housing for his wives ( present and future) top notch security, reception hall / venues plus more. Yet the masses live in absolute poverty, approxamitly 12 million children go to bed hungry every night. Only 6 percent of South Africans pay taxes which supports a Government that acts and spends like it's brethren North of the Border (Zimbabwe). I am absolutely disgusted with this man and have ZERO RESPECT FOR HIM. PERIOD.

    January 31, 2013 at 11:52 am | Reply
  66. inferencial

    Another shooting in the US, what is it that the NRA don't understand......maybe self destruction....

    January 31, 2013 at 3:50 pm | Reply
  67. Saifur Rahman Saif

    Dear Amanpour,
    Your reporting style impressed me to watch your report. In fact, you unearthed a news style in reporting. As a journalist I appreciate you. I would be highly glad if you mail me. Thanks.
    Saifur Rahman Saif
    saifnewage@gmail.com
    880 1818062603

    February 1, 2013 at 1:25 am | Reply
    • inferencial

      Lady what he really wants is a job, please help him.

      February 1, 2013 at 4:22 pm | Reply
      • Asadullah khan

        o yes she will give you too and i am following will inform a few more hungry men like us

        November 8, 2013 at 2:27 pm |
  68. raj

    Nice blog to write independant thoughts...

    February 7, 2013 at 12:25 am | Reply
  69. raj

    India delhi gang rape incident its a true and chilling storey been unfolded as we still fight for justice and culprits to be put behind bars another incident happend in mexico and there goes the travel warning from country now a days you see a designated section in paper as woman under attack followed up be spree of incidents been narrated need a bit of soul searching as what is leading all these is this a sheer wild nature of men is this a society behaviour any external factor etc time has come we need to take a pause and get this in track before your near and dear ones are victims all starts at home teach kids to respect woman as they grow up make sure they go to schools learn manners and ettiquets once adult they must have good jobs to settle and marriage make sure no female infantiside since imbalanace ratio create havoc down the line finally strong punishment for culprits as others think twice before commiting let it not be gender biased anymore hope to see the same in near future people in the decison making need to take the real charge.

    February 7, 2013 at 12:35 am | Reply
  70. raj

    facebook new app to track where you are all the times its bit freeky but can have both plus and minus points the plus one as you can have the kids tracked and their where abouts at least over a location till certain age the minus seems invading privacy hubby sneeking for a beer and get caught since the gps show carebian bar etc a party with friends stricly need to have prior permission handy else may not hold good and true as been expressed..

    February 7, 2013 at 5:26 am | Reply
  71. mike phaup

    THE BLADE RUNNER KILLED THE WOMAN!

    February 21, 2013 at 3:53 pm | Reply
  72. faisal

    sir we love the report of cnn

    February 27, 2013 at 4:35 am | Reply
  73. Mansoori

    What do you think of the lies that were told at the beginning of the movie "ARGO"? Are you going to reveal the truth to the world?

    February 27, 2013 at 3:56 pm | Reply
  74. iloghalu

    Dear Ms Amanpour
    I am a 41 year old from eastern nigeria ( Rep of Biafra ) but ever since 1994 i have been watching your reporting on CNN and i believe you are a Just and Humble woman but till date i am looking forward on the day Justice will be given to the million of Biafrans after the Genocide commited against her people mostly over 2 million woman and children by the nigerian army between 1967 and 1970 no commission has ever come up with any meaning recommendation or call for arrest and prosecution of those who committed those crime of massasacer and rape of innocent Biafran woman on the street of our father land. Justice delay is Justice denial those criminals are today working freely on nigeria stress, they are today commanding powers around nigeria some people like Mr Thophilus Danjuma, Mr Olusegun Obasanjo, Ibrahim Babangida,Mr Buhari, and co

    March 6, 2013 at 10:39 am | Reply
  75. A. Bell

    C. A.'s courage and ability to see all sides of complex multi-cultural issues, yet speak out loudly against gross injustices, often witnessed on the front lines, is a testament to her as being one of the greatest reporters/journalists of our time.
    Thank you Christiane!

    March 8, 2013 at 11:42 pm | Reply
  76. N. sangwe

    u are true an embodiment of everything--starting from ur voice,boldness,self confidence etc.I did enjoyed the interview u had with the presidentOBIANG NGUEMA, it was really-really impressive and i hope one day u will invite preident Paul Biya to ur show.Grace a d peace be multiplied unto u.

    March 11, 2013 at 1:11 pm | Reply
  77. Catri van der Merwe

    Can someone please tell me whether this is true, and if it is why the media is silent about it?

    http://en.minghui.org/html/articles/2013/3/12/138485.html#.UT8qHD718kY.facebook

    March 12, 2013 at 9:46 am | Reply
  78. ebn1269

    gd day madame amanpour. i would like to ask if CNN has a coverage of what's happening on filipinos in sabah, malaysia. there were reports that they r maltreated. pls try to read this link, http://ph.news.yahoo.com/gov-t-moves-to-prevent–humanitarian-crisis–amid-sabah-conflict-100721259.html. HOPE U CAN HAVE A COVERAGE IN CNN.. many tnx and more power to u

    March 12, 2013 at 2:05 pm | Reply
  79. Kim-Laiolo,Isaac

    Please contact me I have a mysterious Matter Storry of my late Jew American Father Kim-Laiolo John ineed halpe as im following up this mateter.My american Jew Family dont assist me at all They sold my Late Fathers House at 1879 cannon Drive ,Walnut Creek California-94596-but never geve me my request of -950000-$
    > Please help For now on the hard way im shown that this is Kenya wher my Late Father was shot to death and is not America(please ineed You helpe befor i end up like my Late Father.

    March 20, 2013 at 8:45 pm | Reply
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      August 22, 2013 at 3:28 am | Reply
  80. Vincent di Norcia PhD

    Ms Amanpour.
    Love your work! Truly international... I think you might be interested to check out Greek author Yanis Yaroufakis & his recent original book on the global economic crisis, The Global Minotaur: America, Europe and the Future of the Global Economy.
    It was profiled today on the Sunday afternoon CBC program Writers & Company.
    The Global Minotauris an original, groundbreaking works on global economics & the current crisis. It blows away the work of Stiglitz, Krugman, et al. It represents an updating of the long neglected political economy tradition, especially in terms of the metropolis / hinterland dynamics –or if you wish the economic empire / colony framework. (The tradition of course never really died, except in mainstream 'liberal' circles; it is still strong in Canada & Europe).
    You should find him very interesting to profile...
    Cheers & Peace, Vincent dN

    April 7, 2013 at 10:36 pm | Reply
  81. hoho

    this is a tregedic story by N korea. this man escaped pyoenyang when was 2old baby with his mother 1950 by KIM jungun'sgrandfater, commist war.he couldn'tremember his father,families face because he was 2 old. but he missed so much those families who they in N.korea before his death 1992(44old), he was english professor, navy officer.
    and he had 1 son, 29 yeras old who teach at school in S. korea now, as a same age Kimjungun 29old ,N korea with a same hometown ,Pyeongyang. one is S korea the other is N.korea as a same ages. by the way, this s korea 29 old youngman should run away by N.korea commist 29 old attack,treat again as much as 1948-1950 times.
    because s,korea youngman's father came from peonyang 1950, navy office of S,korea,teach english.......this is the reason why he should run away again, by kimJeon un nowdays 2014,64yearslater.
    they say for peoples ,for peoples,but those hands were weapons,guns. is this a humanbeing??? good life for peoples.

    thanks. i like u so much

    April 12, 2013 at 9:58 am | Reply
    • Asadullah khan

      north and south korea;india and pakistan(bangladesh)israel and pelestine all are debris of the WW11 cannot the unification of Germany and fall of the Berlin war be an example for the rest of us.

      November 7, 2013 at 10:55 am | Reply
  82. colbert moriaghanfen

    please madam, ask Nigeria president or the finance minister, why? is it that Nigeria senators are the most highly paid in the world, how long will it takes the government of Nigeria to solve the electricity problem. and please ask of the police pension form.

    April 16, 2013 at 5:48 pm | Reply
  83. colbert moriaghanfen

    The Nigeria finance minister is asking you or who to help save Nigeria crude oil from them that are stilling the oil. How can another person from another country do it, if them that's runs the government can not do it. The finance minister can be good person in world bank because she knows she will be persecuted for any wrong doing, but in Nigeria she belong to the group the can still and not thing can be done to them. Be very careful with any past or present rule of the country Nigeria.

    April 16, 2013 at 6:04 pm | Reply
  84. Imelda Nyugi

    Christiane, u are a genius, u've got guts. You are just one of a kind. U go to where angels are afraid to go just to keep us informed. Thank u!! I remember the Iran-Irak war, in Bosnia etc just to name a few, U were never afraid of the bullet that could kill or wound u just because u wanted the world to know and see the truth of what was going on in that part of the world and the truth indeed u made us know. May u leave long to continue doing what u love doing for the people. I love watching CNN because of u. U are a STAR, keep shining!!!

    April 17, 2013 at 6:06 am | Reply
  85. gmbooksblog

    Amanpour, is a lying SOB, and we are suppose to applaud this two-faced hypocrite? In her article, Bosnia's Lesson, she begins with a hideous lie in the first sentence. The rest is double speak. The first victim in the Bosnian war was not Suada Dilberovic, although she was not killed by a Serb but was shot by Muslim snipers on the ground in front of the Holiday Inn. Amanpour convinced her readers she was shot from the roof by Serb snipers. However Amanpour was betrayed by her Muslim comrades as Sarajevo television accidentally recorded Muslim snipers in a van on the ground that killed her. Not revealing the facts is a well known trait of Amanpour. The first victim of the Bosnian war was the father of the groom at a Serbian wedding in which the priest was shot and many of the wedding guests injured by Muslim terrorists who told the wedding party that they were no longer allowed to carry Serbian flags in the NEW Bosnia! Of course Amanpour can't seem to ever get her stories straight as she spent most of the war sipping fine wine and eating rare beef as the citizens of Sarajevo were starving to death. She spent the war in a beautiful suite at the Holiday Inn never venturing more than a few miles from the hotel as she relied completely on Muslim runners for her stories which were bias from the outset as she could not speak in Serbo Croatian and took these bigoted runners at their word. And now she has the audacity to claim journalistic integrity? Being critical that Serbs were trying to take over Yugoslavia to create a "Greater Serbia" she is blind-sided by her own Muslim bias, bigotry and ambition. What in hell do we now call ethnically and religiously pure Slovenia, but a "Greater Slovenia," and "ethnically and religiously pure" Croatia, but a "Greater Croatia" Or soon to be ethnically and religiously pure Kosovo where the Muslim terrorists have destroyed 514 Serbian Orthodox Churches in the past 9 years, right under the noses of 17,000 NATO troops? 250,000 Serbs were "ethnically cleansed" from Croatia as Amanpour remained silent, another 700,000 Bosnian Serbs were not only "ethnically cleansed" from Bosnia but were not permitted to vote in the first election in which Alija Izetbegovic won by only 44,000 votes. If those events were turned in favor of the Serbs she would be the first to scream like a stuck pig. Kosovo which had a Serb majority for over 900 years has been reduced to 10,000 Serbs in my lifetime and I am 74 years old. But Amanpour still clings to the Muslim lie of victimology at the hands of the Serbs who were enslaved by Muslims for 410 years, denied the right to an education, land ownership and even the use of musical instruments. Boston clearly shows the demonic behavior of Muslims in the world, just like Amanpour's demonic lies, deception, omission journalism and hideous bigotry, all done in the name of a free press. She never once raised her voice that in the entire decade of the 1990s not one single article appeared in the New York Times and Los Angeles Times that was written by a Serbian journalist, author, scholar or political leader. CNN was equally demonic of never covering the Serbian side of this war. Her silence, as she stepped over Serbian bodies in Bosnia tell us all we need to know about the real Christiane Amanpour.

    April 30, 2013 at 3:18 pm | Reply
    • Asadullah khan

      ethnicity is an old problem of the Balkans.The first war started with the assasination of Archduke francis ferdinand in srajevo Bosnisby a serb,Times wrote"choice of the turks"who were followed by the indian muslims insympathy..new turks came to powe abolished caliphate. turky divorced mecca brussels refused to accept her she is now looking towards tashkent.Treaty of versailles sowed the seeds of WW11 whose effects are not yet over

      November 8, 2013 at 1:09 am | Reply
  86. Bill Armstrong

    I've been an admirer of yours, but deplore your performance on recent Anderson Cooper show. You trampled on practically everyone in your intemperate zeal and anger. If it's any consolation, you did manage to outshout everyone else. But you were uncivil and irritated viewers who wished to hear the other panelists.

    May 3, 2013 at 11:36 pm | Reply
  87. Rezaul Karim

    Hi Christiane,
    You have done a great job interviewing the PM of Bangladesh. You did your homework right and challenged her on all issues. I hope she get it.
    Are all politicians hypocrite! I hope not, what's your say?.
    Thank You.

    May 4, 2013 at 3:13 pm | Reply
  88. Shamim Pro

    Hi Ms. Amanpour:

    While the world slept, a barbaric killing of genocide proportion took place in Dhaka, Bangladesh. I spoke to various folks in my country and they all said more than 2000 people were killed by armed activist of current Hasina government along with police, RAB and BGB (Border Guard of Bangladesh) last night at 2 AM in the morning. The people who were killed had gathered as part of a pressure group called Hefazat-a-Islaam to enact blasphemy laws. Maybe they were Islamist in nature, but nonetheless they were peaceful or at least unarmed folks. They were barbaricly slaughtered in the wee hours of the night in complete blackout and in the absense of media. This is flagrant violation of human rights. Please cover this story and dig up the truth. The world needs to know what actually happened, in what ever shape or form the truth may be. Thank you.

    May 7, 2013 at 11:00 am | Reply
  89. Soussan Bathaee

    Dear Ms. Amanpour,

    I have been watching your program for years. As an "iranian Woman" I would like to appreciate your effort to support women. I hope we have chance to discuss few items in this regards, per your response to this email.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you

    Sincerely,

    May 9, 2013 at 3:33 pm | Reply
  90. Muhibullah

    Hello
    Hear my words carefully CNN New that i am from Afghanistan and worked for Canadian Troops but unfornatly my life is not properly protected need to Go Canada but you have to reach my words over there Please Help and protect my life.
    I need to show you the prove where Taliban completely threaten me.

    May 24, 2013 at 7:22 am | Reply
  91. Paula Scharlach

    I believe Amanpour has excellent report programs and unfortunately most of the time I catch up with her reports when I'm traveling abroad. CNN US should give her more space and opportunity. Better and more appropriate schedules/projection in the US.

    May 27, 2013 at 9:13 am | Reply
  92. Aditya Arifandi Muslim

    Hello Christiane Amanpour! I'm Adit from Indonesia. I always watching you in TV and i like your way when u hosted ur programs. I'm very interested in your programs, because the News from your Program is very good, critist and truly Independent. I always catch up your reports, every time. Although, when i'm Travelling :D I has big interest in World Journalism, and the "big one" is your Report in CNN. I hope we can meet in America, like in my pray to God and if u want to know, that's one of all my dreams. Good Job, Amanpour!

    May 29, 2013 at 9:23 am | Reply
  93. Amir Heidari

    Dear Mr.,

    I wonder the attach file is something in your line?

    When one is seeking new pattern, one is a State of uncertainly;
    therefore there is a lack of insurance or stability.

    When public opinion is poisoned by ignorance and prejudice, it becomes
    more tyrannical then the most despotic State. Society must be
    organized it must systematically permeate every cell of the social
    body . However, the concept of a patent in a society tends by either a
    minority or a majority, as has already happened in history raise a
    number of perplexing problems. In that situation, the individual as a
    cell of social body is morally bounded to do something against that.

    When a cell of social body seek a new pattern, a chief engineer of a
    new pattern must by sufficient in it self. In a new pattern, the
    individuals` action is to be headline, while mechanical behavior
    actions of the masses have to be applied in everything. All that the
    individual can do is to formulate and propagate their own way of
    expressing the instinctive desires of their body. At the same time
    they must contribute their efforts constantly to the revolutionary
    organization. This is the natural power of the masses; this and
    nothing more. This is the voluntary and considered agreement of the
    individual's efforts towards the common aim of humanity. If instinct
    alone sufficed to liberate all the peoples, they would have long since
    given themselves freely to this. These instincts did not prevent them
    from, accepting; all the religious, political, and economic
    absurdities of which they have become eternal victims of. They are
    very ineffective because they lack two important criteria;
    organization and knowledge!

    Until we are not able to definite: organization and knowledge, we are
    not able to sketch a new pattern, which it will include all cell of
    the social body.

    The insert file is a pattern (a book) formulated, not according to the
    views of you or me; furthermore this pattern (book) provides the
    guiding foundations about one`s mechanical behaviors, which each one
    of us physically have!

    I hope this pattern will make you interest.

    Kindest Regards
    Amir Heidari
    031687154741
    amir.hei@gmail.com
    Rotterdan 01-06-2013

    June 1, 2013 at 6:43 am | Reply
  94. gizem

    congratulations for your news about Turkey. It's good to know we are not alone here. Please go on giving your support. The only thing we ask for is democracy!

    June 3, 2013 at 3:47 pm | Reply
  95. anto

    http://lindaikeji.blogspot.com/2013/06/senate-stops-n4billion-first-ladies.html why cant she invest this money into electricity we have been suffering for edges. they should explain to us what we have done to them to deserve all these. big companies are closin down due to electricity problem our government are busy looking for housing billion project to biuld. what is it we are tired?

    June 6, 2013 at 5:56 pm | Reply
  96. omer

    Please note, on your live coverage of Istanbul this evening 11June13, you've constantly stated that PM Erdogan was not in Turkey when these protests began, but that is not true. He was here for the first three days of the protests, and then left for his trip to Africa. Please ask those you speak to about the over 40 lawyers who were arrested today for protesting in court. Please also ask them about the over 30 people who were arrested for writing about the protests over Twitter. Please also ask them about the tweet the governor of Istanbul wrote saying more people would be arrested for writing on social media. If this isn't dictator tactics, then I don't know what is.

    June 11, 2013 at 3:14 pm | Reply
  97. Selin Istanbullu Ozcagli

    Thank you for the live coverage from Taksim, Istanbul!
    Please please please know that this the call of people of Turkey to bring back justice and peace to our beautiful country!!! We are peaceful people, trying to stop a fascist monster, trying to prevent just another free and secular country to shred and go back into medieval times...

    June 11, 2013 at 4:07 pm | Reply
  98. Gulden Jones

    They are lying to you. They are going to meet mock up group tomorrow. These people are not the original Gezi protesters. You just said Turkey is a democracy. What a joke. There are people injured and even dead from what I hear. Please see that people were walking around and doing nothing when they were attacked. This is not about green or trees any more it is about human rights, people feeling pushed around, lied to, a nd not having any say so in their future.

    June 11, 2013 at 4:24 pm | Reply
  99. Kemal

    Ms. Amanpour,

    Thank you for standing up and speaking truth to our leaders in Turkey. In our country, journalists have been imprisoned for attempting to expose the election fraud of Erdoğan and the AKP. And yet the American State Dept. insists on telling the world that Turkey has free and fair elections. These protestors are peaceful, but the police are using violence to provoke them. Erdoğan is using words to provoke the people, repeating the same lies over and over, such as saying that 17 people were killed in the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations, and accusing the protestors of drinking beer in the Dolmabache mosque, when all they were doing was trying to get away from the police violence.

    Ms. Amanpour, my Father, who died in 1999, had real respect for you, because of your serious tone, and your intelligence. I implore you, please continue to let the world know about what is happening in Turkey. Please help the Turkish people. Evil men can only continue their evil deeds if they can stay in the dark.

    June 12, 2013 at 3:12 am | Reply
  100. Elif & Pinar from Istanbul

    I greatfully thank you for your support on Turkey. You had been our voice to the world and most importantly to our own country. I know you have been receieving similar comments, but I can't help myself to write you to thank you. You're doing your job in a very best manner that our media doesn't dare to do. I keep watching CNN Int. Thanks to all the reporters and Cnn team for standing with us. We all know what's going to happen in Turkey. As you told on your show, "Show is Over" for the dictator behavior .

    June 12, 2013 at 5:01 am | Reply
  101. bl189

    Hi,

    Thank you for telling the truth boldly.
    Greetings from Taksim, İstanbul

    June 12, 2013 at 10:32 am | Reply
  102. mithat gurbuz

    Mithat Gürbüz çekin o pis kokuşmuş ellerinizi ülkemizin üzerinden, size mi kaldı gezi parkı , taksim.... iki yüzlü insanlar..... dost görünüp arkamızda kuyumuzu kazıyorsunuz ama bunu allahın izniyle başaramayacaksınız. bizde başbakan RECEP TAYYİP ERDOĞAN oldukça sizin işiniz çok zor.... BİRAZ İNSAN OLUN OLAMIYORSANIZ BARİ i,nsan içine karışmayın.....uzak durun insanlarda kendi familyanızın dışına çıkmayın....

    June 16, 2013 at 7:44 am | Reply
  103. Kaan Ipekcioglu

    Most funny "news scandal" which you signed... Turkish PM talking on the stage, (İstanbul Kazlıcesme) 1 million ppl listening with cheering, but you typed, "Anti – Government Protests"... I am not sure you are a silly or a provocator... C'mon tell us, who you are?

    June 17, 2013 at 9:31 pm | Reply
  104. Fatih Koncuk

    Well, it is a good trait to be honest in journalism as in other professions. But, You have not done so. You have depicted the Erdoğan's İstanbul meeting picture as "Protests in Turkey".It is extremely wrong. What you are supposed to do is to make a formal denial of what you have broadcasted yesterday with regard to the Istanbul meeting if you are honest. If not,I am calling you dishonest and crook. You have your own share in upheavals, deaths and grievances in the country. You are trying to instigate people to revolt. Know this: The Turkish people will together again.
    Fatih Koncuk

    June 18, 2013 at 3:32 am | Reply
    • Antoon Schuller

      June 28,2013 Fatih, you touched the tip of the iceberg. It is the whole Western world that has its share in upheavels, deaths and grievances in Turkey as in Egypt and in the rest of the non-western world. Via Internet, the West is, intentionally or not, interfering in the educational task of non-white young people, a task that belongs only to the adult population of the non-white nations, the parents in the first place. This goes much further than information, it is brainwashing, and Western journalists and politicians pretend not to know what is happening. They secretly applaud seeing nations that some years ago still lived in peace by their traditional values, are now betraying those values, and adopting the freedom ideal of the West: freedom to be as immoral as you please, and to loose respect and consideration. No wonder that some countries block social media. It is an example to be followed, and the West should shame itself.

      June 28, 2013 at 9:20 am | Reply
  105. Fatih Koncuk

    Well, it is a good trait to be honest in journalism as in other professions. But, You have not done so. You have depicted the Erdoğan's İstanbul meeting picture as "Protests in Turkey".It is extremely wrong. What you are supposed to do is to make a formal denial of what you have broadcasted yesterday with regard to the Istanbul meeting if you are honest. If not,I am calling you dishonest and crook. You have your own share in upheavals, deaths and grievances in the country. You are trying to instigate people to revolt. Know this: The Turkish people will together again.
    Fatih Koncuk

    June 18, 2013 at 6:58 am | Reply
  106. Yagmur

    Hi , I'm Turkish. I wanted to thank you for being on the side of Turkish people against the government who caused 10.000 young students who became blind because of the violent behavior ordered by the government. I also would like to let you know the reason so many people have been injured generally on the head and eyes is because as you can see on the videos, they always shoot pepper gas on people's head. Unfortunately there is no way these Turkish people are hit by the head everytime by accident, the cruelty is beyond a human mind can possibly be able to understand.

    June 20, 2013 at 4:31 am | Reply
  107. Alpaslan

    Son olarak burada kendi milletini, kendi hükumetini eleştirerek dışarıdan yandaş bulmaya çalışan tipler, sizlere denecek hiç bir söz yok. Adam gibi çalışıp, üretmediniz, yan gelip yattınız. 250 yıldır anadolu insanını bu şikayet ettiğiniz batılıların silahlarının karşısında kelimenin tam anlamı ile biçtirdiniz. biz ürettik siz istanbul da ve sahillerde tükettiniz. Başımıza PKK yı musallat ettiniz dağlarda yine anadolu insanı öldü. Siz AVM lerde keyif çatarken biz öldük. Amaaa artık yağma yok. Bize ölmeyi emretti komutanlar, biz öldük, zafer kazandık size övünmesi düştü. Sorgulamadan öldük hem de ülkemiz için milletimiz için yaşat ki yaşayasın dedik. Ama siz ve o kahrolası zihniyetiniz kendiniz yaşadınız ve bize hiç yaşam hakkı vermediniz. Şunu o koca kafalarınıza sokun. Evet biz müslümanız ve sizi her şeye rağmen affederiz AMA BİR DAHA ASLA SİZE BU ÜLKENİN YÖNETİMİNİ VERMEYİZ. KANIRTA KANIRTA "ÇOĞUNLUĞUN" YÖNETİMİNİ KABUL EDECEKSİNİZ. EŞŞEK GİBİ YÖNETECEĞİZ SİZİ. Hadi dağılın artık şerefsizler.

    June 24, 2013 at 1:05 pm | Reply
  108. waheid

    Christiane's interview of Robert Gates was one of the best newsmaker interviews I have seen in years. Great interview! Great show!

    June 26, 2013 at 10:53 pm | Reply
  109. Omar Mohey

    There are two signs in the Egyptian situation that were forgotten. The first is the Salfai movement stepping aside from supporting Morsy. the second is Sheik Qaradawy rejecting an invitation to talk to pro-Morsy demonstration.

    For the Muslim Brotherhood, falling from grace now will mean a huge destruction to their ideology. Something that will take decades for them to have another chance. Falling in Egypt will mean falling everywhere.

    July 2, 2013 at 3:31 pm | Reply
  110. Amr

    Dear Christiane, all of free Egyptians are very disappointed by your sympathetic coverage of the fanciest MB rule. And it is NOT a military coup, it IS a people coup supported by the military of the people, 80% of Egyptians are very happy dancing in the streets, and chanting... And your coverage was at best mediocre.

    I personally held lots of respect to you before, but niw surprised with this!
    For example, your frequent guest, vice of MB party (Mr.Dardeery) claims that the "democratic" channels... :)))))))) you should watch a little to see yourself how " democratic" these channels were, putting blunt lies, twisting facts, false videos, cursing(swooning) any opponents and ...,,
    They wanted to turn into another Mubarak tainted with a v.dangerous religious mandate.

    And, BTW, Morsi DID insight a civil war in his speech yesterday indirectly and then politically covered it catering for court of law afterwards, so when he said "anything else but the route of legitimacy will sure result in bloodshed"!!! And then, but I encourage you to be peaceful! Only an Arabic speaking or zegyptian would understand the signs..

    Please do more effort to LEARN before staining your credibility like this.

    Thanks

    July 3, 2013 at 5:25 pm | Reply
  111. Mostafa Fathy

    your coverage of the revolution in Egypt is "portraying a breathtaking misrepresentation of the truth"

    July 3, 2013 at 9:23 pm | Reply
  112. Ahmed

    Hello Chris,
    Please don't call Egypt's second revolution a coup. We – the Egyptian people – called on the army to help free Egypt of a terrorist regime and his gang. We are the spark of the revolution.
    If you think the Bros were good and we are evil, then why would the Arab countries like Saudi Arabia, UAE offers help and congrats to help the Egyptian economy? Why would the Egyptian stock market hit a remarkable win by 22.7 milliards of Egyptian pounds? Please think before accusing real Egyptians of being bad while they are good loving Egypt. By the way, please turn on to the Egyptian channels to see the celebration at Tahreer Square, the symbol of of revolution that inspired the world.
    Also, if it is a coup, why would the church & Al Azhar support it? Please think again and support the development of Egypt not its destruction by the Bros who call CNN to say they were couped.
    An Egyptian citizen called Ahmed

    July 4, 2013 at 2:19 pm | Reply
  113. Nader

    Dear Chris ,
    what a great disappointed yesterday in your way of reporting our GREAT SECOND REVOLUTION ..
    for one year we saw the ugly ways of Muslim brotherhood, their lies , we suffered a lot and here you come and describe it as a military coup .. perhaps and i wonder you don't have the full image
    we voted for Dr. Morsi last year and we thought that we begin a new democracy life .. new beginning with great hopes
    but days passed and we discovered the truth .. all of us except of course the Muslim brotherhood
    we suffered from a severe economy conditions
    people lost their jobs
    no tourists
    no fuel
    no electricity
    hardly you can get your daily food
    everything became dark before our eyes and we really begin to rethink if our 1st revolution was right because everything became more and more worse than before
    we asked for new election to prove that we don't accept this regime but no one give us any attention
    so in 26 April we decided to REBEL on the regime .. to shout one more time for our freedom .. to cry for one last hope in this dark tunnel and in a very peaceful way we begin to collect signature for those who are Anti Morsi , we decided to go in streets everywhere in 30 June to show to all the world that WE WON'T CONTINUE in this , we refuse to die quietly
    we will resist to our last breath for our future
    SO we went everywhere in 100% peaceful manifestations just shouting one single word : GO OUT
    i wonder how you will feel if someone after all what we did will call it a COUP
    i respect you so much and i hope that you will expose the real truth as it is
    yes there are who support Morsi but they are now too few not comparable at all to anti Morsi.

    July 4, 2013 at 4:02 pm | Reply
  114. Joe

    I am very impressed with your program, need more of you on the air

    July 10, 2013 at 5:52 pm | Reply
  115. Kyle

    We would like to watch her programs but there is no access for the channel in Tadjikistan

    July 26, 2013 at 5:00 am | Reply
  116. Kyle

    payment is quite expensive

    July 26, 2013 at 5:02 am | Reply
  117. CHIDIEBERE

    Dear Amanpour,

    Thanks for all these good work you have been doing through media, please i want to let you know that millions have been killed, diplaced and humilated by the federal Republic of nigeria, they have killed millions of the christians from the South eastern part Of Nigeria, they have committed more genocide after they killed 3.5 million children and women during the Nigeria/biafra war which lasted 3 years, between 1967- 70, please draw the attention of the world on this crime against humanity, you can get more news on this link (www.radiobiafra.co) God bless you

    August 10, 2013 at 1:16 pm | Reply
  118. Jd

    Hi, I did post a comment as regards the despondency of Nigeria, and ask you to do a piece on the disgraceful way law makers and the executive are embarrassing us in Nigeria. The feud between Jonathan and Amechi, and the Rivers state assembly literally beating each other up. Kindly do a piece on this to afford it from happening again. Thanks

    August 15, 2013 at 6:35 pm | Reply
  119. soodabeh hatam

    DEAR CHRISTIANA have you remember khanom HESAMI farsi teacher in razi and reza shah school in TEHRAN ??? CNN with out chritiana AMMAN POUR means nothing i proud of you

    August 26, 2013 at 1:03 am | Reply
  120. Mrs. Saeeda malik

    Respected Amanpour,

    The International Human Rights Commission have very much respect for you and your contribution for the free and rightful world but we are sorry to say allegations on the Syria are wrong as like WMD of Iraq.

    I would like to send you the following reaction of the IHRC Chief Ambassador Dr. Muhammad Shahid Amin Khan on these allegation and hope you have the courage to present the truth infront of whole world.

    I hope you can contact the IHRC Chief for his reaction on the situation of Syria, he is on the visit of Lebanon now a days and you can reach to him on his direct number: +961-71717140.

    Here is the Official Statement

    IHRC Chief: Syrian Army doesn't use chemical weapons

    August 24, 2013 – Beirut – Chief of the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC), Dr. Muhammad Shahid Amin Khan stressed that the Syrian army doesn’t use any chemical weapons in facing the terrorists, but those who exploit the mottos of democracy, freedom and human rights are the ones who use these weapons against all Syrians.

    Khan told al-Mayadeen TV Channel on Friday that the Syrian government is well cooperating with the UN investigation mission on the use of chemical weapons, therefore an independent objective investigation based on clear evidence should be conducted.

    He pointed out that the armed terrorist groups are using the chemical weapons against the Syrians and accuse the Syrian government, in cooperation with some media.

    The Syrian government expressed readiness for dialogue in the interest of the Syrian people, but the opposition rejects dialogue and continues the killing of the Syrian people supported by some foreign countries, he asserted.

    Khan considered the terrorist explosions which recently hit Tripoli in Lebanon and many other cities earlier as “directed against humanity” and have “no connection with any religion”.

    He stressed that the IHRC strongly condemns the terrorist acts as a threat to humanity.

    http://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2013/08/24/ihrc-chief-syrian-army-doesnt-use-chemical-weapons/


    --
    Have a blessed day,

    Regards,
    Mrs. Saeeda Malik
    Director General HQ
    Cell #: +92-332-3158599
    International Human Right Commission
    http://www.ihrchq.org/
    http://www.ihrc.pl
    http://www.ihrchq.blogspot.com
    http://www.facebook.com/ihrchq

    August 28, 2013 at 5:40 pm | Reply
    • Asadullah khan

      mr vpladimire putins has been positive in this regard on the contraray mr kerry seemed pressuring mr obama to act,in british house of commons the oppostion was wise.every one will condemn the use use of chemical weapons but while fixing responsibility one has to be cautios,us action would have taken the whole region in trouble. matter should now be taken in the un

      November 6, 2013 at 4:44 pm | Reply
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      November 9, 2013 at 9:12 am | Reply
  121. jagan

    Syria refugee crisis and fancy Military threat pride of USA:
    1.Military threat option - boost the pride and adrenalin of USA and increases the insecurity of Syrian civilians and enlarges refugee numbers.
    2.When one fails to take full responsibility - better to keep away.
    3.In an interdependent world - brand name of – we the Americans - a myth creation.
    jagan

    September 13, 2013 at 6:48 am | Reply
  122. mostafa jafari

    hi ms.amanpour. please video interview with doctor let for download.
    thank you very much

    September 26, 2013 at 9:08 am | Reply
  123. mostafa jafari

    hi ms.amanpour. please video interview with doctor rohani let for download.
    thank you very much.

    September 26, 2013 at 9:13 am | Reply
  124. Maria

    I just sign in,to see how can i share with CNN this beautiful Video my Daughter and her friends did for her birthday party celebration.When she told me the Theme she had chose for her birthday i was Amazed, because if this litte girl at her age wants to change the World , how can we as adults not do something about it, so eventhough i am no an expert in technology i helped her Acomplish her wish and didnt tell her friends about it until they came home, so here i want to share the video we did, for the theme she chose " Anti Bullying" i hope she can be an inspiration to other children and hope for the ones who feel unaccepted, and that teachers and schools can understand that when we interact with children doing these kind of things, my daughter is so whats stereotype " popular girl"witch most of the time are the ones who bully, in this case is the opposite and that makes us realize thats if you make them part of the solution they will better understand the Problem i Hope CNN can help to Share this GB , here is the link Enjoy

    October 5, 2013 at 10:10 pm | Reply
    • Asadullah khan

      Bullies are cowards

      December 1, 2013 at 10:49 am | Reply
  125. Dimitrios Gr Stravolemos

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    October 6, 2013 at 7:46 am | Reply
  126. Mick Grantham

    At this moment my TV is playing the Amanpour talk show. ISomeone else in my house is watching it. I am not but I can hear it! I can make neither head nor tail of what anybody is saying/shouting because they're all talking/shouting at once. What an example of extreme bad manners. Don't you realise you have viewers?

    October 7, 2013 at 10:58 pm | Reply
  127. Mike Hayes

    Can someone suggest to the NSA and FBI that by protecting Malala who is a Taliban target that protecting her this is easily justified by the leads they could get on terrorists hunting her because she is our greatest weapon against the Taliban. Malala and her father should be protected at Federal expense.

    October 12, 2013 at 12:41 pm | Reply
  128. cristian

    maybe this is a good time for you to ask for donations for the wonderful greek charity called The Smile of a Child.
    This organization is run WITHOUT ANY MONEY from the Greel government. I visited them repeatedly in Corfu, and i was immensely impressed by the professionalism and the dedictaion of the teachers and personnel. But they are operatingon a shoe string... Would any "deep pockets" help????

    October 24, 2013 at 9:54 am | Reply
  129. W. Benson

    I just watched Glenn Greenwald just push Christiane into the lake. It would have been fun if C. weren´t so pathetic. God save us from the good guys.

    October 28, 2013 at 3:25 pm | Reply
  130. Sagar Sridhara

    Hello Amanpour,
    I watch your show daily on CNN.com. May I request you & the show organisers to kindly consider changing the lighting of the studio? It is really dull & I would be happy to see some light come in.
    Thanks,

    October 30, 2013 at 12:48 pm | Reply
  131. Daisy Lee

    Why do you report that Obama will take action on NSA's spying when he has known from the start what the NSA is doing. He noy only supports it but he requested it to be done? Why do you continue to lie and coverup for this fake president? His whole life is one big lie. Lies, lies, lies, lies. But now you're going to believe him when he says he didn't know of the whole of NSA's spying? Now he's telling the truth? He has never told the truth about anything, and he continues to lie to the Americans on a daily basis. "I wasn't aware..." is now truth spoken by him? Either you, Amanpour, are intentially lying to your viewers and helping to blow smoke over this Shine Boy in the WH, or you're not up with the times. CNN is the same as CNNI – lies and misinformation spread world wide. Obama, led by Soros, knows exactly what's going on in the WH, and he also knows that nobody can pin anything on him, so what does he care what he says? He and his faux family are nothing but lies. He's a member of the muslim brotherhood and he supports them all over the world. Obama wants to destroy the middle class and turn this country into another Russia. CNN people like you help him, coverup for him and blow smoke over every step he takes. Who knows whose side you're really on.

    November 2, 2013 at 8:30 pm | Reply
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  133. Tayadcan Hido Binumut

    merhaba beni izleyin,beni aşın.selam

    November 6, 2013 at 10:10 am | Reply
  134. Asadullah khan

    the lady from human rights commission headquater(pakistan) would look under her very nose murder at karachi PM277/84 gpgmc and tre related matters.this grave human right violation.

    November 6, 2013 at 5:04 pm | Reply
    • Asadullah khan

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      December 28, 2013 at 3:57 am | Reply
  135. Consolacion

    I watched your interview with our Pres. Noynoy Aquino and honestly, I am not convinced with his response to your questions. He is the only President "I thought" can be a savior to our country but after this incidents, I am frustrated. You're right, he "MUST" do immediate action to help those towns that are in remote areas. Helicopters is the most fastest way to help thee people who are in dire need of food, water, medicine, etc. and why is it that up to now they are not helped yet?????? I really cannot understand???? Lack of manpower????? That is baloney ????? Then, you as the father of our country go out and help your children, don't just sit there in your comfortable chair while your children in your country are crying for help!!!!!!! That is your role as the President of the country, you are the father of the country. Tho, you have no family, still you have a heart and feelings, in short......CONSCIENCE?????

    November 13, 2013 at 3:22 pm | Reply
  136. Nasser Rohani

    Ms. Amanpour,
    Few days ago, an Iranian paper reported of you interviewing President Rouhani, as well as 3 previous Iranian presidents. They also mentioned that you are a Baha'i. Are you?

    November 15, 2013 at 2:48 pm | Reply
  137. Celina

    I'm a great fan of CNN, but recently I've notice that many reporters are making that umprofessional and silly noise with their mouth when they star to read their news. I'm from Brazil and honeslty I've stopped whatching Brazilian news because almost all reporters do that. It's hard for me to describe what is this noise but I'll try. Just before they open their mouth to say the news, they make like a kissing noise. It sounds so unprofessional. By far CNN standard. Can anyone please take a note of it and stop it. Thanks so much for making me well aware of what is going on round the world.

    November 18, 2013 at 6:32 pm | Reply
  138. Dhani Schimizzi

    Christiane -your "Information is Power" campaign lacks qualification: UNACTED ON, raw information has about as much POWER as an UNREAD set of encyclopedias!

    November 20, 2013 at 3:29 pm | Reply
  139. Dhani Schimizzi

    Christiane Amanpour is one of my many SHE-ROES because she's a woman who refuses to allow ILLUSIONS to walk ahead of the truth & for that she has my undying attention. Which doesn't mean I always agree with her. Currently I'm bugging Christiane with TWEETS re: her "INFORMATION IS POWER" campaign, which I feel lacks a major qualification.

    RAW info UNACTED ON is about as powerful as an ASPIRIN not yet taken. I offered two scientific DISCOVERIES that refute Amanpour's claim: Isaac Newton & the Apple that fell & Alexander Fleming's dirty petri dish of GREEN penicillin mold surrounded by dead, but once deadly, STAPH bacteria.

    Nevertheless, I love that GAL...

    November 21, 2013 at 6:52 pm | Reply
  140. Dhani Schimizzi

    A BUILT-IN insanity & the BIGGEST threat to our Planet's security is not a one-H-bomb armed rogue nation, but the ARMAGEDDON-IAN cache of 16,000 NUCLEAR bombs owned by the U.S. & Russia. So what's humanity's END-GAME in all of this?

    November 22, 2013 at 12:29 pm | Reply
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  144. Rob Kiekens

    Euthanasia is supposed to be the practice of killing or permitting the death of hopelessly sick or injured individuals in a painless way, for reasons of mercy. It is accepted practice with animals, also in countries like the US, even though animals cannot not ask for it. Humans can ask for it, or not. That is also called freedom.

    My father died of cancer, after several days of agony. When the morphine did not help any more, they ‘finished him off’ with an overdosis. It was not called euthanasia. No surree!

    Killing thousands and thousands of Vietnamese or ‘poor Irakees’ is not called eutanasia either, and killing unborn children by military means is not called provoked abortion. No surree!

    Mercy!

    December 1, 2013 at 7:28 am | Reply
    • Asadullah khan

      cancer is an incurable desease.it is painful for that reason he can be killed with or without consentbut now pain killers are available.the patient should be allowed to complete his life span.

      December 1, 2013 at 11:05 am | Reply
  145. Asadullah khan

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    December 1, 2013 at 10:53 am | Reply
  146. Shiva

    Christiane,

    Incase you want to help women of the world. Please visit http://www.businesscongress.net and support Equal participation of Women in Politics and Government.

    Empowering women in the world is the easiest way to help millions of malalala's in a single go...Appreciate if you can visit http://www.businesscongress.net and promote this campaign to help women.

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    December 5, 2013 at 1:36 am | Reply
    • Asadullah khan

      i had Naushaba womens elfare organization on the facebook for a long time withot any progress which ultimately disappeared,it was in memory of my late mother whose passion for womens education and independence made her take revolutioary decions in a society and in times most unfriendly to these concepts.

      December 9, 2013 at 9:39 am | Reply
  147. Asadullah khan

    Qasas and revenge-–Retrbution or revenge is one of the elements in theories of punishment Others being reformation,deterence and one more as per Sir Salmonds classic work on jurisprudence,Amanpure is not wrong in using the word revenge,Furthermore translation from one language to another cant have the expected precision.

    December 9, 2013 at 9:25 am | Reply
  148. Paula Viana

    Mr. Amanpour, congratulations. Your job is incredible. Your are the queen of journalism all over the world. I respect you as a woman and as a professional.

    January 11, 2014 at 8:01 am | Reply
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  150. Paul

    Mrs Amanpour, good morning
    I've just seen your report , where you visit your former home and describes the three recentes periods of the Iran, your homeland.
    It was a amazing and a exciting reporter of a country and its politicals issues.
    Congratulations !

    February 10, 2014 at 7:04 am | Reply
  151. Hans

    You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be really something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complicated and extremely broad for me. I'm looking forward for your next post, I'll try to get the hang of it!

    March 1, 2014 at 8:37 pm | Reply
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    March 7, 2014 at 12:49 pm | Reply
  154. unknown

    "WOMENS ARE REAL ARCHITECTS OF SOCIETY" CHER
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    March 8, 2014 at 7:04 am | Reply
  155. unknown

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    March 8, 2014 at 7:53 am | Reply
  156. Mr.M.Aman Ullah

    The Story about A Young Girl withering away in Full Bloom (my Fiance) who needs The Attention and Help at International level for Justice...
    Please Help to forward her Plea to American President as its not possible for Pakistani Government n NGOs to provide Her Justice cause of Religious Issue!
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    March 9, 2014 at 7:38 am | Reply
  157. Ivo

    Madame Amanpour,
    I may agree,that the USA empire,like the ancient Roman Empire....rule and divide...may treat its population somehow better,than the rest of the world....to which USA is the biggest disaster and menace.
    Please,could you confirm,that the USA democracy ,the USA capitalism are ...not criminal ,UNHUMAN and shameful?
    Please,could you make a list of the USA murderous activities around the world....invasions,colonial robberies ,mass murder,genocides,wars....against all international laws.

    March 13, 2014 at 3:39 am | Reply
  158. Ivo

    Madame Amanpour,
    How much cnn pays you?

    March 13, 2014 at 3:40 am | Reply
  159. Patricia Russell

    Implanted GPS Tracking Devices on passengers or especially pets on missing Malaysian Airline.
    Implanted GPS Tracking Devices on passengers or especially pets on missing Malaysian Airline. I have not heard anyone mention that GPS pet tracking device on pets that may have been traveling on Malaysian Airline flight 370 in cargo, or stored under seats with passengers. When the pet goes missing, the company is alerted and the tracking device is turned on remotely. That’s how it works for our dog. I know that we have been looking into the passengers on board, but at a time like this pets may be an oversight and this tracking device which is common here and may be in China as well might be the thing that finds the plane, especially if its on land. Their tracking devices are hidden under their skin and so might go forgotten. I know I forgot until just this morning that in this dilemma this might have been overlooked by even the most techy of people and countries.

    Also hidden tracking devices for kids, or some they carry in backpacks. I know they were talking about that for kids in this country, though I do not think that ever took off. Maybe this has been common in China. Also ex inmates, ex or current special ops types, maybe diplomats may have implanted tracking devices that they may or may not know they have. As they are looking through passenger list, maybe they could look into this. I suppose tracking device companies would also be a place to start.

    I imagine Tracking devices on luggage has already been thought of in terms of this investigation, but it deserves to be mentioned, too. China is quite techy and may have this more so there than here.

    March 17, 2014 at 10:57 am | Reply
  160. kyriakides

    Dear Ms. Amanpour,

    I am taken aback by the personal attacks you resorted to in your show on March 20. I have known you for many years (including through a number of on-the-air interviews) and used to respect you professionally. So it was somewhat startling that my inability to give another interview provoked such an outburst.

    As to my unwillingness, as you put it, to leave my "comfort zone” – you are absolutely right. After 8 meetings of the Security Council on the situation in Ukraine and Crimea (six of them in front of TV cameras) I feel very comfortable that the truth is beginning to come across.

    If, though, you imply that I don’t want to answer tough questions, then you are mature enough to know that I spoke to the “full house” at the Washington National Cathedral in October, 1983, two weeks after the South Korean airliner was downed, and then testified at the US Congress in May of 1986 after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, not to mention hundreds of other media and “live” appearances. So I can explain to anyone what “leaving a comfort zone” means.

    But I wouldn’t be writing to you if you did not also choose to personally attack my daughter – your younger colleague – a Russian TV journalist. I am very proud of her – not only is she a good journalist, but she strictly keeps her professional distance from me.

    Incidentally, I recall you married the State Department Spokesman. How was your professional credibility in the course of your courtship?

    Don’t bother to answer. I don’t really want to know.

    March 21, 2014 at 10:42 pm | Reply
  161. kyriakides

    chrissy, you are such an obvious US shill propagandist. never a word about US backed coup against democratically elected president, but only on Putin as the bad guy. you have no professional principles or integrity.

    March 21, 2014 at 10:45 pm | Reply
  162. Association of resident doctors (ARD) LAUTECH Teaching Hospital

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    April 4, 2014 at 2:12 am | Reply

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