This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Gaza: Karl Penhaul) The shelling in Gaza of a U.N. school that was being used as a shelter that is being investigated by the U.N. concluding it was Israeli artillery rounds and an attack on a market in eastern Gaza discussed; inset video of the damaged building shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The response from Israel about the schools quoted. [U.N. Relief and Works Agency commissioner general Pierre KRAHENBUHL- recounts learning our school was hit in Jabalia and the artillery fire was from the IDF after we notified them 17 times about the school; states UNRWA can only offer the premises with the reality that Israel has to accept responsibility; admits weapons were found in unoccupied school buildings.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Gaza City: John Vause) What happened in the 26-rocket fire leading to the Israeli air strike in this area in Gaza discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with International Crisis Group's Nathan Thrall about Israel and Hamas. [In Jerusalem, THRALL - offers views on the issues of Hamas use of Palestinian human shields, the large loss of life in Gaza and whether Hamas intended for civilians to die.]
(Donetsk: Nick Paton Walsh) A visit to the crash site 12 days after the plane was shot down presented; scenes shown from the abandoned field of debris.& possessions. The lack of safety in getting access to the crash site discussed.
(Washington: Pamela Brown) The concerns about the spread of Ebola examined; details given about two Peace Corps workers exposed to the virus, the agency's pulling of volunteers from three African nations, CDC possible travel warnings, the death of Patrick Sawyer, who became ill on a plane flight. [Sawyer's WIFE - comments on her husband helping an ailing woman.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Pastor John Munro, friend of missionary Nancy Writebol, one of the two American volunteers who contracted the Ebola virus. [From Charlotte, MUNRO - comments on Nancy's medical condition where she is now isolated in her home.]