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Ferry crew members answered questions about why more life rafts were not deployed. Tonight on AC360, the latest from South Korea on the effort to reach victims.
April 16th, 2014
10:05 PM ET

South Korean ferry rescue mission growing increasingly desperate

Hundreds of people are still missing after a ferry capsized off the coast of South Korea. More than 160 people have been rescued and families are praying more people will be pulled out alive. The U.S. Navy joined the rescue effort. There are serious questions about what caused this disaster and whether the crew responded properly to the emergency. Anderson spoke with James Staples, a cargo ship captain and a maritime safety consultant.

Paula Hancocks has the latest on the rescue mission.

February 17th, 2014
11:30 PM ET

Could Kim Jong Un face prosecution for the treatment of his people?

A United Nation's report released today is offering a horrifying new picture of the conditions inside North Korea. It details a long list of abuses including murder, torture, slavery, sexual violence and mass starvation. The U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in North Korea even sent Kim Jong Un a letter warning that he could face prosecution for crimes against humanity. Paula Hancocks has the latest.

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December 12th, 2013
10:10 PM ET

What does the execution of Kim Jong Un's uncle mean?

The North Korean government remains a mystery to most of the outside world. That's why the official announcement of the ouster and execution of Kim Jong Un's uncle is so startling. So is the language used by North Korean state media to describe what happened to Jang Song. They reported "despicable human scum Jang, who was worse than a dog, perpetrated thrice-cursed acts of treachery in betrayal of such profound trust and warmest paternal love shown by the party and the leader for him."
CNN's Paula Hancocks is monitoring developments from Seoul, South Korea.

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November 13th, 2013
10:30 PM ET

Typhoon Haiyan: Six days later

Anderson, along with CNN reporters Andrew Stevens, Paula Hancocks, and Nick Paton Walsh have been covering the devastation in Tacloban. Six days after Typhoon Haiyan hit, they discuss the relief effort, the Philippine government's response to the disaster, and the humanitarian crisis that is still unfolding.

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November 13th, 2013
10:20 PM ET

Typhoon relief effort shows signs of progress

Six days into the Typhoon Haiyan disaster, there are some signs of progress in the Philippines. Aid flights are landing in hard hit Tacloban, and supplies are beginning to reach desperate survivors. Bodies, which were left in the streets for days, are finally being collected. Paula Hancocks takes a look at the progress being made, and how much more needs to be done.

Anderson spoke with Brigadier General Paul Kennedy who is leading the American relief mission in Tacloban.

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November 12th, 2013
10:58 PM ET

Typhoon Haiyan: Children of the storm

With each passing day, the desperation is growing. The youngest survivors are among the most vulnerable. CNN's Paula Hancocks takes a look at how some of Tacloban's children are dealing with this crisis.

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November 8th, 2013
10:25 PM ET

Inside Typhoon Haiyan

As the sun rises in the Philippines, we are getting our first reports of damage from one of the strongest storms in history. The scale of Typhoon Haiyan's destruction is still unclear.  It cut directly across the nation that's home to nearly 100 million people. Video shows a storm unlike anything most of us will ever see.
CNN's Paula Hancocks is in Manila with the latest.
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