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October 14, 2002 - October 18, 2002
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Tuesday, October 15, 2002
Gwen Ifill looks at how the Washington D.C. area is responding
to a spate of sniper shootings with Dudley Warner, senior administrator
of the Montgomery County Crisis Center; Dr. Deborah Prothrow-Stith,
associate dean and professor of public health at the Harvard School
of Public Health; and Dr. N.G. Berrill, a forensic psychologist
at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City.
Terror in Paradise
Ian Williams of Independent Television News provides an update
on the recent terror attack on the Indonesian island of Bali.
Margaret Warner discusses the United Nations Security Council
debate on Iraq with two former U.S. ambassadors to the U.N., Jeanne
Kirkpatrick, who held the post during the Reagan administration,
and Richard Holbrooke, who was ambassador during the Clinton years.
Ray Suarez speaks with writer Sandra Cisneros about her new
book, Caramelo, which follows the tale of a Mexican-American
family over multiple generations.