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April 16th, 2012
12:36 PM ET

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Mali is one of poorest nations in the world and now some worry a power vacuum will allow al Qaeda affiliates to take control: ‘Disaster looms for people of Mali as country is split by revolt’ – http://on.cnn.com/IdGFBM

The economic crisis in Europe is not just about dollars or euros – it’s about HUMAN LIVES:  Increasingly in Europe, Suicides ‘by Economic Crisis’ – http://nyti.ms/HLkPcX

Imagine if we had been trying to break the Titanic story 100 years ago. No social media, no satellite phones, no cell phones, etc.: '100 Years Ago, Arrival Of Titanic Survivors In NYC Set Off Media Free-For-All' http://wny.cc/IUFNVK

Mike The Magnificent! There was a beautiful tribute to journalist Mike Wallace on 60 Minutes. Stay until the end for his own poignant confessions to his grandson. We REALLY won't see the likes of Mike again. Swashbuckling through history on a staggering career of true genius. Humbling actually. http://cbsn.ws/IY3yw9


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  1. Paul Beel

    It is with great relief that I welcome Christiane to the Syria debate featured on CNN. Tonight's program drew a line in the sand for me, making clear that Russia has more blood on its hands than organizers of the 2014 olympics should ever have.

    The country supplying Syria's killing machine should not be welcoming the world's winter athletes in two tears' time. When Vancouver passed the flag over to Sochi in 2010, no one could have guessed that Syria would be asking Russia to do its murderous bidding.

    For how long will a threat of boycotting the Sochi games be kept under wraps? The countries that participate in the winter games are not supporters of Syria. When will Russia be reminded of this?

    The Sochi olympic park is apparently a white elephant, and reports emphasize that the whole project is Putin's baby. I doubt he would appreciate Canada's threat to stay away, along with Norway, France, Britain, the US, etc. If Putin doesn't play the Syria card right, only China will show up in 2014. The other BRIC countries don't bother with the winter olympics. Russia would be completely isolated ... for a second time in its olympic history. Is Syria really worth that kind of humiliation for Russia?

    The carnage in Syria is so gratuitous that to keep covering it in a routine manner borders on violence pornography. Thank you for aggressively pursuing those who are best placed to end the tragic and twisted bloodshed.

    April 17, 2012 at 3:59 pm | Reply

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