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North Korea / Rodman Visit / Kim / Lings Interview #1040001

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 04, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of former basketball player Dennis Rodman's visit to North Korea where he met dictator Kim Jong Un introduced; details given about Kim's human rights record and mass starvation in the country. [On "This Week," RODMAN - calls Kim his friend.] [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY†- talks about communications with that regime.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with journalists Laura Ling, who had been detained in North Korea and her sister Lisa Ling, who helped get her out. [Laura LING - asks who takes Rodman seriously; comments on how Kim is portraying himself.] [Lisa LING - admits Rodman did have direct interaction with Kim.]

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