Human Rights Watch Released A Report On Friday About The Death Of Children In China'S State-Run Orphanages. According To The Report, More Than 1,000 Children, Mostly Girls, Died From Deliberate Starvation And Torture Between The Years 1986 And 1992. On The Show To Talk About The Startling Information And The Effect That It May Have On China-Us Relations Are Sidney Jones, Executive Director Of Human Rights Watch/Asia, And David Lampton, President Of The National Committee On United States-China Relations. Then, A Conversation With The New Managing Editor Of Time Magazine, Walter Isaacson. Time Has An International Circulation Of 6 Million And Charlie Talks To Isaacson About What The Future Of This Important Publication Is In An Increasingly Electronic Era. Finally, A Remembrance Of Former French President Francois Mitterand Who Died Of Cancer Yesterday At The Age Of 79. Beginning In 1981, Mitterand Served As President For 14 Years. During That Time, He Worked With German Chancellor Helmut Kohl To Cultivate His Vision Of A United Europe. Here To Reflect On The Life Of The Remarkable Leader Is Investment Banker And Managing Director Of Lazard Freres, Felix Rohatyn.moreless
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