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France / Riots / DiGiovanni Interview #808682

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 07, 2005
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Statistics on the increasing violence in France cited.

(Paris: Sheila MacVicar) The spreading unrest in France that began with riots by poor, young Muslims in the Paris suburbs featured; scenes shown of fires, police clashing with protestors, arrests; map shown of cities where rioting is occurring. [On the street, WOMAN

(thru reporter’s translation} – says it’s got to stop.] [French politician Pierre LELLOUCHE†- comments on possible intervention by the army.] Arson attacks in Belgium & Germany noted.

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Taped interview held with “Vanity Fair” contributing editor Janine DiGiovanni† about the situation in France. [From Paris, DiGIOVANNI – says the unrest is the result of angry youths who don’t feel Muslims are represented in the political process; notes young Muslims in France look on America & Britain as paradise.]

Reporter(s):
Schieffer, Bob;
MacVicar, Sheila
Duration:
00:03:50

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