President George Bush's Asian diplomacy continued and APTV's Mark Smith tagged along while the networks' weekday newscasts rested. The APEC Summit in Hanoi, supposedly about Economic Cooperation, concentrated on the threat of nuclear by North Korea instead. Smith followed up in Indonesia amid fervent anti-US protests. Protests, too, were staged by the civilians of the Gaza Strip. ABC's Wilf Dinnick showed us women forming a human shield to stymie an Israel Defense Force raid on a militant rocketeer.
Last week, CBS' Richard Roth was in Paris to profile the British-French spy who wrote a book on his infiltration of al-Qaeda. Over the weekend Roth was in London to tell us about the poisoned sushi that felled a Russian spy who wrote a book blasting Vladimir Putin. Alexander Litvinenko had apparently been investigating the recent assassination of Moscow investigative journalist Anna Politkovskaya.
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