CNN's Erin Burnett talks about her interview with Former President Bill Clinton from Rwanda and her trip to Mali, where we take a look at a refugee camp and the role of al-Qaeda is playing in the region.
Burnett will report LIVE from Africa on why Mali and Rwanda are so important to the United States and the world.
CNN Press Release:
On Thursday, July 19th, CNN's Erin Burnett will sit down for an interview with former President Bill Clinton in Kigali, Rwanda. Rwanda is one stop in the President’s week-long trip to Africa where he is visiting various Clinton Foundation projects. Burnett and the President will also visit a soy factory in Kigali which is part of the Foundation’s efforts to enable sustainable development for families and communities. In addition to talking about the goals and accomplishments of the Foundation, President Clinton will share his thoughts on U.S. politics, the presidential race and the situation in the Middle East.
Later Burnett will travel to Mali to report on the civil war which has created the world’s largest refugee crisis; more than 220,000 people have been displaced, and are now facing famine and disease. Burnett will anchor her show live from a Malian refugee camp on Monday, July 23rd, with packaged reports on the civil war and the growing Islamist insurgency within Mali.