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Multichannel News (published by Variety) reports that Michael will be part of CNN's World Refugee Day reporting tomorrow:

CNN Sets World Refugee Day Fare
Cable News Network to Air Related Programming June 20
By Jason Braff -- Multichannel News, 6/18/2007 7:37:00 PM

CNN will air coverage devoted to the world’s refugee crisis on World Refugee Day Wednesday.

Part of “the world’s news leader’s” coverage will include an hour-long special on Anderson Cooper 360, Without a Home: Refugee in Crisis, as well as an interview with actress and goodwill ambassador with the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Angelina Jolie and reports all through the day from CNN correspondents stationed around the globe.

CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta will examine the crisis in Darfur to reach a better understanding on who is accountable for the predicament in Sudan.
CNN international correspondent Michael Ware will report on the current situation in Iraq and will interview a former refugee from Iraq who now has settled in the United States. Bangkok correspondent Dan Rivers will profile a man from Myanmar who teaches refugees the skills they need in order to survive. And senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin will take an in-depth look into the difficulties of serving justices for refugee cases.

Beginning in 2001, this year’s World Refugee Day will mark the event’s sixth anniversary. Held June 20 every year, this year’s WRD takes the theme A New Life, A New Home.

The UNHCR tracks 32.9 million refugees around the world.