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Haiti / Earthquake / Six Months Later / Penn Interview #970308

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 12, 2010
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(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) The situation in Haiti six months after the earthquake reviewed; scenes shown from Port-au-Prince where rubble is everywhere; details given about the aid for Haiti & the slow progress in rebuilding.

(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) Haiti's tax on emergency relief supplies brought in by CNN featured; details given about how customs held up Doctors Without Borders aid trucks.

(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) The plight of Haiti's homeless examined; scenes shown from a tent city camp run by actor Sean Penn. [PENN - worries about the camp & the problems of getting people back to their neighborhoods that are still in the dark; explains the lack of relief coordination.]

(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Penn about Haiti. [PENN - outlines what needs to be done to care for the people; comments on the airport tax on relief agencies, the medical information problems for NGOs, the decisive action by his agency.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:13:10

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