A man was found alive in the rubble under his house eight days after the earthquake struck Japan, public broadcaster NHK reported. Chris Hope, who was in the plant when the earthquake hit, tells Piers Morgan how he and his co-workers handled the earthquake and aftermath.
On last night's "Piers Morgan Tonight", Piers Morgan had an exclusive interview with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the current state of the Middle East. "Gadhafi is no friend of Israel," he said. "He's not friend of the Jewish people. And I think his people can see now, he's no friend of the Libyan people."
Piers also asked Netanyahu about the murder of the family in the West Bank. Here was his response: FULL POST
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells Piers Morgan how he and the Israelis can achieve peace with the Palestinians.
PIERS MORGAN, CNN ANCHOR, PIERS MORGAN TONIGHT: Prime Minister
Netanyahu, first of all thank you very for inviting me to your
I want to start with the appalling events in Japan and get you take on
what's happened there. And your view of what this means for nuclear
energy. Of course, you have two reactors in Israel. What do you think? FULL POST