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Missouri / Police Shooting / World Reaction #1084704

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 29, 2014
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(Studio: Suzanne Malveaux) Report introduced.

(London: Max Foster) Reaction around the world to the violence in Ferguson, Missouri following the decision not to indict a white police officer for the shooting of an unarmed black teen reviewed; footage shown of demonstrations across the US; remarks from a French newspaper quoted. [From Russia Today, REPORTER – says there is a sense that the justice system has failed Michael Brown and the whole community.] [On CCTV News, MAN – says it is an American problem.]

(Studio: Suzanne Malveaux) Live discussion held with CNN commentators Ben Ferguson and Marc Lamont Hill about Ferguson’s impact on America’s global image. [HILL, FERGUSON – express views.]

Malveaux, Suzanne;
Foster, Max

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