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Sudan / Crisis in Darfur / Clooneys Interview #827462

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 28, 2006
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(Smuggler's Gulch: Anderson Cooper) Planned mass protests in the US against the genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan noted. "Dispatches from the Edge" introduced.

(London: Jeff Koinange) The crisis in Sudan featured; scenes shown from refugee camps. [U.N. OFFICIAL - says it's the biggest humanitarian drama of our time; states we need resources to avoid massive loss of life.]

(Smuggler's Gulch: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with actor George Clooney & his father Nick Clooney about what is happening in Sudan; background scenes shown from the camps. [G. CLOONEY - says the government is acting against its own people; explains how we have adopted a town to help & try to stay involved.] [N. CLOONEY - says these people are so alone with no options; states the simple answer is the people want protection.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Koinange, Jeff

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