- Newsmaker: Pakistan's General Musharraf Speaks to His Country - In Pakistan, there is concern among Islamic groups that cooperating with the US against Osama bin Laden could throw that country into civil war. Akbar Ahmed, former Pakistani ambassador to England, speaks about the difficult task ahead and the need for the world to "disconnect" the terrorists' religion from their deeds.
- Reporter's Notebook: Global Impact of the World Trade Center Attack - The United Nations reports that citizens of 62 foreign countries were among those killed when the World Trade Center collapsed last week. Twenty-four came from Japan. Teddy Jimbo, head of Japan's Video News Network, reports on his government's offer of financial and logistical aid, and the economic impact the tragedy has had on Japan.
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