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Dialogue 11/07/27 Terror in Norway & Fair trial for most wanted man

07-27-2011 22:17 BJT

Dialogue 2011-07-27 Terror in Norway & Fair trial for most wanted man

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Host: Yang Rui

Yang Rui

Studio Guest Speakers:

Terror in Norway

Nils Martin Gunneng, Change D'affairs of Royal Norwegian Embassy in Beijing

Brandon Blackburn-Dwyer, World affairs commentator

Online Guest:

Fraser Cameron, director of EU-Russia Center

Fair trial for most wanted man

Studio Guest Speakers:

Li Zhaojie, Professor of law of Tsinghua University

Blaine Grunewald, Lawyer of Lehman, Lee & Xu

Online Guest:

Prof. Pierre Lizee, Brock University, Canada

1、The normally tranquil Scandinavian nation of Norway was fitting itself into the mood for a relaxed weekend, when two attacks shocked its people as never before. The deadly attacks in Norway, which claimed at least 90 lives, have drawn strong condemnation from around the world. 2、After fleeing to Canada twelve years ago, China''s most wanted fugitive, Lai Changxing had been extradited to face the Chinese legal system. China says he will have a fair trial and will not receive the death penalty.

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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