CNN-Amanpour Oct 18, 2009 PDTV XviD Ekolb
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Sunday: Amanpour looks at whether the U.S. and the international community can hold Russia accountable for its human rights abuses in Chechnya.
Sunday: Christiane talks with Queen Rania of Jordan and the Crown Prince and Princess of Norway. We'll see Rania's work promoting education and what it is was like for Princess Mette-Marit to go from single mom to princess.
Rape has turned into a weapon of war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, with the number of attacks on women having grown threefold over the past few years, human rights activists said Friday.
Newsweek journalist, Maziar Bahari, accused of making false accusations against the Iranian government in the wake of the disputed presidential election in June was released from prison Saturday, Iranian media reported.
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Oct 19 2009, 20:28 CEST
Thanks for the post!
Oct 19 2009, 21:04 CEST
"Sunday: Amanpour looks at whether the U.S. and the international community can hold Russia accountable for its human rights abuses in Chechnya."
The US blaming other countries for human rights abuses is a joke.
Oct 20 2009, 11:12 CEST
U.S. can never blame China for Human Right'S violation specially when they owe them 3 trillion dollars. That's why Obama never met Dalai Lama upon his visit to U.S. That also includes Canada. Russia on the other hand is trying to clean up it's record.
U.S. is equally blamed for Human Right's violations coming from 1950's until present. Amanpour is for an American audience, however it's not biased as other shows are and that's why I upload them.
Thanks for the comments redjade and scuddymud.
Oct 20 2009, 21:35 CEST
"U.S. is equally blamed for Human Right's violations coming from 1950's until present"
So the USA started abusing human rights only after the 1950's?
Oct 20 2009, 22:12 CEST
No, but if you are refering to current world status then yes.
Oct 20 2009, 22:29 CEST
I haven't seen this show, so can't really comment on that. But from what I saw of Amanpour on 60 Minutes, she wasn't exactly balanced. Struck me as a classical "won't report the truth even if it hits me in the arse" American journalist tbh.
But perhaps she has improved. Miracles can happen.
Oct 23 2009, 14:38 CEST