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North Korea / American Journalists / Return Home (Part I) #941981

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 05, 2009
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(Studio: Erica Hill) The flight home for journalists Laura Ling & Euna Lee, who had been imprisoned in North Korea, & the following family reunions shown. [In June with Anderson Cooper, Euna's husband Michael SALDATE†- talks about his daughter.] [Laura LING - describes what happened when seeing former President Bill Clinton; expresses gratitude for being granted amnesty by North Korea.]

(Studio: Erica Hill) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tom Foreman) The questions about the price of bringing the journalists home & what it means for US-North Korean relations & nuclear talks examined. [President OBAMA - speaks about the reunion.] [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - speaks about the nuclear talks.] [Brookings Inst. Martin INDYK†- cites the dangers for rogue regimes taking Americans hostage.]

Hill, Erica;
Foreman, Tom

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