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  • Welcome to our viewers worldwide,

  • to the special edition of CNN STUDENT NEWS.

  • I`m Carl Azuz at the CNN Center.

  • Our network turns 35 years old today.

  • And what we`re doing today and tomorrow is looking back

  • at some of the major news stories that have made headlines and history since 1980.

  • Teachers, as always, we encourage you to preview this show.

  • It contains images of some of the most tragic stories CNN has covered.

  • I dedicate the Cable News Network....

  • Good evening, I`m David Walker.

  • And I am Lois Hart. Now, here`s the news.

  • Approximately four shots were fired at the president.

  • Mike Chinoy, CNN Beijing.

  • The skies over Baghdad had been illuminated.

  • This is one pocket of turmoil in the Egyptian capital.

  • Lift off of the space shuttle mission.

  • Obviously a major malfunction.

  • I`m going to have to interrupt this call.

  • Police believe that O.J. Simpson`s in that car.

  • Quick. Let`s go.

  • Israeli officials say they`re trying to use restraint.

  • You can see the people below trapped on Sinjar Mountain.

  • I`m outside this pediatric hospital. Just take a look inside.

  • Some of these people have been waiting outside now for more than three days.

  • As far as we can see under blue sky, it`s totally leveled.

  • Princess Diana has died.

  • George Zimmerman not charged with anything in this case.

  • Now a third of the building has been blown away.

  • There has been a second explosion --

  • What normally would be the World Trade Center is no more.

  • United States has conducted an operation that killed Osama Bin Laden.

  • USA! USA!

  • It`s so rare that we get the cover story that have a happy ending.

  • What is going on in Ferguson, Missouri in downtown America.

  • Here come flash bangs and canisters coming right up at us.

  • CNN.

  • What started as a child`s innocent game turned into a child`s terror,

  • marathon rescue effort to save her life.

  • When we found out at the local's head station a live cover, we jumped on it.

  • Little Jessica McClure was playing hide and seek.

  • Jessica tumbled down a pipe and landed in a small area about a foot wide.

  • She was trapped 20 feet underground.

  • She`s upset and crying.

  • For as long as she`s crying, we know that we have a chance.

  • It has gone frustratingly slow.

  • When we got there, I started knocking on doors.

  • And I would say, "I`m Tony Clark from CNN.

  • We`re here to cover the rescue attempt of Jessica McClure.

  • I need your help. We`re trying to shoot over the fence.

  • Do you have a ladder that we could use?"

  • You knock on another door and say,

  • "I hate to ask you this but can I use your phone?" That was the day before cell phones.

  • Cameras and microphones have been dropped down.

  • Jessica can be heard to call to her mother.

  • You could not widen the well that she was in.

  • And you couldn`t come in at an angle.

  • They drilled a shaft parallel to the one Jessica fell in.

  • So what you had to do is drill a parallel well that someone could get through.

  • The rescuers are making progress literally by inches.

  • It was scary.

  • For the second night, floodlights have lit the backyard --

  • As the hours went on, you thought the chances of her surviving were less and less.

  • A two inch hole was drilled into the cavern

  • where Jessica McClure has been trapped since Wednesday.

  • They had sent a medical worker down who was going to recover.

  • You could see the lines tightening and so we knew it was going to happen.

  • We`re expecting to see Jessica just any moment now.

  • She`s alive, man.

  • I was very fortunate during all of my years in CNN to cover a lot of interesting stories.

  • You could see the enthusiasm. You could hear the applause.

  • But this is one of those that is very special because it does have a happy ending.

  • The applause for the paramedic who just -- who had brought her up.

  • People have worked very hard to come to a very happy ending.

  • I`m Tony Clark reporting live from Midland, Texas.

  • Approaching Lockerbie about 7:00. And the whole sky lights off.

  • Our witnesses on the ground say

  • they do not see how anyone could have survived.

  • Eleven million 300,000 gallons of crude oil is spilled into the calm waters

  • of Prince Williams Sound off of Alaska,

  • 25 miles outside the Alaskan port city of Valdez.

  • A major earthquake registering between six and seven

  • on the Richter scale in the Bay Area.

  • Game three of the World Series has been canceled.

  • The government has ordered us to shutdown our facility.

  • We are shutting down our facility.

  • We`ve heard the orders. We have our instructions from headquarters in Atlanta.

  • Goodbye from Beijing.

  • Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall

  • The events on East Germany are moving ever more swiftly.

  • After 27 years in prison, Nelson Mandela is now free.

  • An explosive development near the Persian Gulf.

  • There is no place that this sort of naked aggression in today`s world --

  • The failure of the Geneva talk seems to convince the Pentagon that war is imminent.

  • I don`t think that the world really accepted CNN until the first Gulf War.

  • The president had laid down the gauntlet

  • and he basically gave us a window of when it was going to happen.

  • So, we had prepared everything for it.

  • I recall that during this time of preparation,

  • I wake up from my sleep about 3:30 in the morning.

  • I think that this is ridiculous, planning to cover the war with television.

  • It`s unheard of.

  • It was very, very worrisome for all of us at CNN

  • because we had producers in Baghdad,

  • we had camera crews. We had three reporters.

  • Bernie Shaw was there, John Holliman, Peter Arnett -- they were all there.

  • The management of CNN, Ted Turner and Tom Johnson,

  • were under enormous pressure from General Colin Powell,

  • from other U.S. officials, probably from the press.

  • Get those guys out because once the air war starts,

  • we don`t know if they`re going to be OK.

  • But our responsibility is to our worldwide audience.

  • We will stay. We will cover this war as best we can and we will report in the world.

  • Military experts say a night air attack is the likely scenario for the start of any fight.

  • That night, I was at the Pentagon.

  • I got a chance to see two very senior Pentagon officials

  • almost running through the halls.

  • They couldn`t say when this was going to begin

  • because that could endanger U.S. troops.

  • It was shortly passed midnight, Baghdad time.

  • And I was walking pass the open window,

  • and coming down from the sky, the black sky, like silver paper.

  • I knew instantly what it was. It was chaff -- radar jamming chaff.

  • Tonight, the battle has been joined.

  • I was walking by the control room and I can hear the commotion.

  • I walked in and there it was.

  • Our team in Baghdad isn`t restricted.

  • They weren`t going to get much information.

  • The only thing they could do is report what they were seeing.

  • But it doesn`t show any sign.

  • We have to go to Baghdad, Secretary.

  • We`re going to Bernard Shaw in Baghdad.

  • his is a -- Out of my mouth came the words -- Something is happening outside.

  • The skies over Baghdad have been illuminated.

  • We`re seeing bright flashes going off all over the sky.

  • The walls were shaking.

  • The windows were vibrating, the concussions blowing us against the wall.

  • The Iraqis shutdown CNN. They invoked censorship.

  • So, on Friday morning, we packed up and we started to leave Baghdad.

  • News, especially television news is logistics, logistics, logistics.

  • You can go anywhere in the world to cover a new story.

  • Let`s describe to our viewers what we`re seeing.

  • But if you don`t have the capability of getting that story out, there`s no news.

Welcome to our viewers worldwide,

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2015年6月1日 - 字幕付きCNN学生ニュース (June 1, 2015 - CNN Student News with subtitle)

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