This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The details of the surprise cease-fire in Gaza after two weeks of war with Israel allowed to continue tunnel operations discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Jerusalem: Wolf Blitzer) The controversial decision in Israel to accept the cease-fire with some wanting Hamas to be crushed discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Ashkelon, Israel: Sara Sidner) A rocket strike into Ashkelon, Israeli artillery fire towards Gaza and the prospects for a working cease-fire discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Gaza City: John Vause) A quiet time in Gaza after rocket and machine gun fire, the importance of the cease-fire for the displaced people of Gaza discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with former Israeli ambassador to the US Danny Ayalon about Gaza. [AYALON - says Hamas broke the cease-fire, Israel gave Gaza to the Palestinians, but we have been under rocket attack so we are "reluctant warriors" against a terrorist organization; suggests Hamas used cement for tunnels, not reconstruction; comments on the coming Cairo talks, how Hamas has been attacking civilians.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Sanjay Gupta) The issues of the transport by plane of the two Ebola patients, the safe treatment, the vaccine patient Nancy Writebol, the blood transfusion Dr. Kent Brantly received, how the two will be treated in an isolation ward at Emory University discussed.