This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Joe Johns) The crash of an Air Algerie plane in the Mali desert likely due to bad weather featured; plane photo, maps shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Paris: Issa Soares) The reaction in France to the crash of the plane carrying many French nationals and the remote nature of the terrain discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Miles O'Brien, aviation analyst David Soucie and former FAA official Michael Goldfarb about the recent plane disasters. [O'BRIEN - talks about the crash of the plane in bad weather.] [GOLDFARB, SOUCIE - explain the FAA decision to keep planes from landing in Tel Aviv, Israel, due to threats.] [O'BRIEN, SOUCIE - talks about the missile downing of the plane in Ukraine.]
(Gaza: Dan Rivers) The shelling in Gaza of a U.N. school shelter featured; scenes shown of the casualties brought to the hospital.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The FAA's lifting of its ban on flights to the Tel Aviv airport reported.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Gaza: Karl Penhaul; Jerusalem: Wolf Blitzer) The blame game in the shelling of the U.N. facility, the intense fighting near the school in Gaza, the firing on other U.N. schools, the statements from Israel about the U.N. school, the low prospects of a cease-fire discussed
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier CNN exclusive discussion held with Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte. [RUTTE - says we are a nation in mourning after this shattering experience; states we will increase our efforts to bring the remains and belongings of the victims back home.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The return of caskets of crash victims to the airport in the Netherlands shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Hilversum, Netherlands: Sanjay Gupta) The challenging task of identifying the victims discussed. [Forensic pathologist Dr. Judy MELINEK- outlines the challenges in identifying the victims; explains how to do this kind of work.]