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Haiti / Earthquake / Six Months Later/ Bea's Story / Aid #970292

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 13, 2010
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(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) The story of 15-year-old Bea, who was rescued from the earthquake in Haiti six months ago updated; scenes shown from then & now at the market.

(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) How donor countries are not living up to aid pledges examined. [In yesterday's interview, former President Bill CLINTON - says he is calling the nations about the money that has been held back.]

(Washington: Joe Johns) Following the promised pledged aid money presented; world map shown; statistics on not-yet-given pledge money in the US, Venezuela, Canada, France, World Bank & how much has been given by Australia, Brazil, Norway, Red Cross & Doctors Without Borders cited.

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe

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