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Cross over: Does Obama's message give New Orleans more confidence?

08-30-2010 10:13 BJT

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Now, for more on the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we're joined by our correspondent Jeff Napshin, who is in New Orleans.

Q1: Hello, Jeff. You were at Xavier University where President Obama delivered a speech. Can you tell us more on that?

Q2: How has New Orleans received the speech? Does the message give them more confidence about their future?

Q3: And how about the restoration work in the city? What are the problems and challenges New Orleans is still facing?

Thanks, Jeff. That was CCTV correspondent Jeff Napshin, live from New Orleans.


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