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April 30th, 2014
10:06 PM ET

Could Flight 370 really be in the Bay of Bengal?

Bangladesh dispatched a pair of ships to the Bay of Bengal,  where the company GeoResonance believes it spotted a plane underwater. The company believes it found the wreckage of a commercial airliner, and they alerted crews searching for Flight 370. The Bay of Bengal is thousands of miles away from the search zone off the coast of Perth, Australia. Anna Coren visited GeoResonance to find out why the company is so sure about its findings.

Anderson discussed this the technology with CNN aviation analysts Miles O'Brien and David Soucie, along with former Transportation Department Inspector General Mary Schiavo.

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March 10th, 2014
11:10 PM ET

Is Russia laying landmines in Ukraine?

Russia claims it doesn't have a military presence on the Crimean peninsula. But CNN has found new evidence that Russian troops are not only there but they're constructing new barbed wire borders and bringing in landmines. Anna Coren has the latest from Crimea, where she and her crew were involved in a tense encounter with armed forces.

 

 

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March 7th, 2014
09:56 PM ET

Violent face-off ends at Crimean military base

We are learning new details about President Obama's phone conversation today with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. It comes as a tense and violent standoff between Russian and Ukrainian troops at a military base in Crimea ends without a single shot fired. Anna Coren is in Crimea and has the latest.


Filed under: Anna Coren • Ukraine
March 6th, 2014
10:20 PM ET

CNN reporter in Crimea told to stop broadcasting

Anna Coren speaks to Anderson on the phone from Crimea after she was told to stop broadcasting or check out of her hotel. She reports there is a great deal of hostility in the area, but there is also celebration over the news of a referendum on rejoining Russia.

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November 15th, 2013
10:03 PM ET

Typhoon Haiyan: Eight days later

The crisis in the Philippines is far from over. Since arriving in the Philippines, Anderson has witnessed the desperation of typhoon survivors who lost everything and the frustration of relief workers struggling to deliver aid. Anderson discusses the latest on the relief effort and the long road ahead for typhoon survivors with CNN's Ivan Watson, Anna Coren, and Nick Paton Walsh.

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November 14th, 2013
10:27 PM ET

Lives in limbo after the typhoon

There are stories of hope and heartache all over the Philippines. One week after the super typhoon hit, so many survivors are still in limbo. That includes a Filipino-American woman who was visiting family when the storm hit. She is pregnant and reached safety with her niece and nephew. So far she’s been unable to get permission for them to leave the country and says she won't return to the U.S. without them. Anna Coren has their story.

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November 12th, 2013
12:04 AM ET

Typhoon aftermath in Cebu "there is a real sense of desperation"

That's how CNN's Anna Coren describes the situation on Cebu Island. It is near hard hit Tacloban and also suffered massive devastation. Anna Coren updates Anderson on the latest relief efforts there and the search for the missing.
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