In an exclusive interview with CNN's Suzanne Malveaux, former president Jimmy Carter shares that Paula Deen reached out to him for advice around her using the N-word.
More from the interview on CNN.com
***PROGRAMMING NOTE: Aesha Update, Around the World, Friday, May 10, 12pmET
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CNN/US: Around the World, Friday 12pm
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Today, CNN will unveil an exclusive report on Aesha, the woman whose story of abuse and disfigurement became an international symbol of oppression and crimes against women in war-torn Afghanistan, during Around the World, which airs at 12pm ET. Reported by Christiane Amanpour and CNN Digital, the story will update viewers on Aesha’s journey and illuminate the psychological and physical scars that remain. Users can find more details on CNN.com and CNN.com/aesha. FULL POST
On Monday, February 18, CNN International anchor Michael Holmes will join Suzanne Malveaux as co-anchor of Newsroom International. Malveaux and Holmes will take viewers around the world in 60 minutes covering the day's most important global news, trends and destinations.
In addition to Newsroom International on CNN/US, Holmes will continue to anchor CNN International's daily news program, International Desk
CNN’s Michael Holmes toured New Jersey’s barrier islands Wednesday, reporting on the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy.
“We’re the first of the media to get on to these barrier islands. I’m on Ocean Beach right now – I’ve got the ocean to my left and to my right is just as far as you can see damaged beach houses,” says Holmes. “There are sinkholes – we’ve noticed four or five of those, entire houses in the middle of the street…and for several blocks in from the beach, things are covered in sand.
Former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski says U.S. should be strategic in dealing with problems in the Mideast.
On Tuesday's Newsroom International, CNN international correspondent Sara Sidner reports from outside Mafraq, Jordan at the Zaatari Refugee Camp, where actress and U.N. Special Envoy Angelina Jolie met with Syrian refugees. Watch Sidner's report here.
CNN's Ed Lavandera talks with a Colorado theater shooting witness who recounts the horrific event and the chaos in the theater as gun shots went off.
On Wednesday's Newsroom International, CNN's Beirut-based correspondent Arwa Damon reports on the explosion that killed four top Syrian officials in Damascus. Joining Suzanne Malveaux on set was CNN's Hala Gorani, who calls the attack a "game changer."
"I think this is an absolute game changer. Whether it's a rebel attack, whether it's an inside job...this means that those closest to Bashar al-Assad...were assassinated in the center of Damascus," Gorani says.
In addition, CNN's Istanbul-based correspondent Ivan Watson discusses the increased violence in Syria's capital. Watch his report here.
Thomas Morton talks with CNN's Suzanne Malveaux during 'Newsroom International' about the practice of men kidnapping brides in Kyrgyzstan, how it started, and why it still happens.