CNN International to air special coverage of UK Election
June 7th, 2017
12:06 PM ET

CNN International to air special coverage of UK Election

CNN International will kick off rolling coverage of the UK election with special programming, beginning at 10pm BST on Thursday 8 June, tracking all the latest news, polls, results and reactions as the UK heads once again to the polls.

Coverage on 8 June will be anchored from the CNN London bureau by Hala Gorani and Richard Quest, with correspondents stationed at key locations for the big vote.

Christiane Amanpour will be outside the Houses of Parliament, where she will be joined by Robin Oakley to interview key guests during the evening.

At Theresa May’s campaign headquarters, Nic Robertson will be on hand to gauge reaction, while Fred Pleitgen will be at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign HQ.

Nina dos Santos will be stationed at a key polling station as voters cast their ballots, and Erin McLaughlin will be in Brussels, to look at how the vote might impact on Brexit negotiations.

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June 17th, 2014
07:09 PM ET

Clinton describes herself in three words

Hillary Clinton answers a question during a town hall where she is asked to describe herself in three words.

June 17th, 2014
07:05 PM ET

Clinton opens up about marijuana views

Hillary Clinton answers questions from CNN's Christiane Amanpour during a town hall event.

June 17th, 2014
07:03 PM ET

Clinton on being first female President

Hillary Clinton answers questions from CNN's Christiane Amanpour during a town hall event.

March 3rd, 2014
02:55 PM ET

CNN's Coverage: Ukraine

As tensions mount in Ukraine, CNN's journalists continue to cover the crisis from around the world.  Anderson Cooper has traveled to Ukraine, and Christiane Amanpour had the first international television interview with Yulia Tymoshenko, the former Ukrainian Prime Minister who lead the Orange Revolution, since her release from prison.

Anderson Cooper in Ukraine @andersoncooper

Christiane Amanpour @camanpour

Wolf Blitzer @wolfblitzer

Jim Sciutto @jimsciutto

Fareed Zakaria @fareedzakaria

Kiev

Matthew Chance @mchancecnn

Anna Coren @amcoren

Claudia Rebaza (CNN en Español) @crebazacnn

Crimea

Diana Magnay @dimagnayCNN

Ben Wedeman @bencnn

Bosphorous Straits

Ivan Watson @ivancnn

Moscow

Phil Black @philblackCNN

Brussels

Erin McLaughlin @erincnn

United Nations

Richard Roth @richardrothCNN

Isha Sesay @ishasesayCNN

Traveling with Sec. Kerry

Elise Labott @eliselabottCNN

Berlin

Fred Pleitgen @pleitgenCNN

London

Atika Shubert @atikacnn

December 19th, 2013
04:53 PM ET

Amanpour exclusive: Billie Jean King to gay Russians: ‘You are not alone’

In an exclusive interview, tennis legend Billie Jean King told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour she “thrilled” to represent the United States at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.  “I'm very proud to go as an athlete, and as a gay woman,” she said. “I'm thrilled.”

Asked by Amanpour if there will be any protests, King said “Maybe we should wave rainbow flags or something, I don’t know,” she said, drawing an analogy to the Black Power salute – a raised fist – given by two American athletes at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics. She added “As long as we’re not being malicious, we can show our feelings.”

President Obama named the former tennis champion, who is gay, to the American delegation at the Olympics earlier this week.  The President himself will not attend the Games – the first time in more than a decade that an American president has not done so.

King said if the anti-gay law was the reason for the President’s non-attendance he should “go ahead and say it,” but added – with tongue in cheek – that he was “sending a ‘King’ instead of a president.” 

Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a press conference Thursday, knocked down criticism over the law as “Western values.”

Full interview

December 9th, 2013
09:43 AM ET

CNN's Anchors and Reporters in South Africa

CNN’s coverage of the death and funeral of Nelson Mandela continues, with Christiane Amanpour, Anderson Cooper, Chris Cuomo and Isha Sesay reporting from locations in South Africa.  Correspondents Robyn Curnow, Arwa Damon, Errol Barnett and David McKenzie contribute to the coverage across CNN’s networks and platforms.  Gemma Paralleda and Jose Levy contribute to CNN en Espanol’s coverage.

Online, users can go to http://www.cnn.com as well as the CNN Apps for the latest updates, which include articles, photo galleries, interactives and video. Additionally, CNN iReport, the network's global participatory news community, invites users to share their memories, photos and personal stories of the Nobel Peace Prize winner.

Links to CNN video:

Robyn Curnow

South Africa plans to say farewell to Mandela

Arwa Damon

Day of prayer for Mandela

David McKenzie

South Africans celebrate Nelson Mandela

CNN Coverage: Nelson Mandela 1918-2013
December 5th, 2013
04:58 PM ET

CNN Coverage: Nelson Mandela 1918-2013

On Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, CNN reported on the death of Nelson Mandela.

CNN correspondent Robyn Curnow is in Johannesburg, South Africa reporting on the country's reaction to his death. Christiane Amanpour and Wolf Blitzer contribute to the network's coverage with analysis and interviews.

Anderson Cooper will anchor network coverage from 8-11pmET, and he will be joined by Curnow, Amanpour and Blitzer.

CNN Films' 'An Unreal Dream' scheduled for 9pmET tonight will be rescheduled.

Online, users can go to http://www.cnn.com as well as the CNN Apps for the latest updates, which include articles, photo galleries, interactives and video. Additionally, CNN iReport, the network's global participatory news community, invites users to share their memories, photos and personal stories of the Nobel Peace Prize winner.


Topics: Christiane Amanpour • CNN • Robyn Curnow • Wolf Blitzer
October 11th, 2013
12:08 AM ET

Malala Yousafza to Christiane Amanpour, " They cannot kill my cause"

Tonight on AC360° Later, Christiane Amanpour joined the panel with a first look at her riveting interview with activist Malala Yousafzai.

Of the Noble Peace Prize Malala says “When I think of myself, I have a lot to do.  So I think that it’s really an early age, and I would feel proud when I would work for education, when I would have done something, when I would be feeling confident to tell people, Yes! I have built that school, I have done that teachers’ training, I have sent that much children to school.  When I will be feeling proud. Then if I get the Nobel Peace Prize, I will be saying, Yeah, I deserve it, somehow.  Still, I need to work a lot.  I need to work a lot.  And I must work a lot.”

Video clips from their interview below. The Bravest Girl in the World will air this Sunday at 7pm ET on CNN and CNNi.

September 24th, 2013
12:32 PM ET

CNN's Nima Elbagir on the ground in Nairobi

Nima Elbagir (@NimaCNN) talks with Christiane Amanpour speaks with Nima Elbagir in Nairobi, Kenya about the siege by Al-Shabaab of a mall.

Few answers as Westgate Mall siege drags on in Nairobi
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