February 4, 2011

Los Angeles Times
Joe Flint advises network news bosses: “Do more foreign reporting and less fluff rather than shipping a big name overseas every time a major story surfaces. The costs that go into sending an anchor to a trouble spot are not to be taken lightly.” || Anderson Cooper: “Not sure where we can broadcast from, but we will find a way.” || Christiane Amanpour discusses her Mubarak interview.
> Mazen: We were in our car when police, civilians smashed the windows
> Khalil: I harassed by a mob, struck in the face at least four times

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