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FROST OVER THE WORLD
Crisis in DR Congo
Plus the challenges facing Barack Obama and the strained Hamas-Israel truce.
Last Modified: 08 Nov 2008 13:23 GMT

Sir David Frost discusses the escalating violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo with Rosemary Museminali, the Rwandan foreign minister [GALLO/GETTY]

In this episode of Frost over the World, Sir David Frost discusses the escalating crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo with Rosemary Museminali, the Rwandan foreign minister, the challenges facing Barack Obama, the US president-elect, with James Baker, a former US secretary of state, and Dennis Kucinich, a Democratic congressman, and this week's violence between Israeli troops and fighters from Gaza with Mark Regev, the Israeli government spokesman.

This episode of Frost over the World aired from Friday, November 07, 2008

Rosemary Museminali, Rwanda's foreign minister

 

Five years after the end of DR Congo's devastating civil war, the country is again descending into chaos. Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary-general, is in Nairobi to discuss the crisis with African leaders. Rosemary Museminali, the Rwandan foreign minister, joins the show from the talks. 

Dennis Kucinich and James Baker

 

Dennis Kucinich, a Democratic congressman, and James Baker, a former US secretary of state, join the show to discuss the challenges facing Barack Obama, the US president-elect. 

Danny DeVito

  In the second part of Sir David's interview with Danny DeVito, the actor and Barack Obama supporter discusses US politics, his film career and just what constitutes star quality.


Mark Regev, Israeli government spokesman

 

After a five month truce, violence broke out this week between Israeli troops and fighters in Gaza. Mark Regev, the Israeli government spokesman, joins the show to discuss the state of the truce. 

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