He said he'd interviewed the general earlier that day. What time was it? Anderson was working in the middle of the night!? When did he steal some moment to sleep?
The top official is in far away safe place, and the interviewer is right in the middle of what is happening. I like this contrast a lot. He hasn't forgot to ask about his feeling toward parents who lost their loved one.
In the U.S., they are criticizing Iraqi PM and again Anderson went into the right place.
One thing I found interesting is the part about his appearance with Iranian President holding hands.
To me, what Al-Maliki said sounds so natural. But to American citizens (or politicians?), they don't like these two countries to have a good relationship? Hmm, the situation in Middle East is sooooo complicated. All I can do is just hope for a good solution and the world peace.
This time, he asked what the Minister thinks about American who are serving in Iraq. The words Anderson brought from Al-Maliki sounds so precious.
Dawn is drawing near...