September 22, 2009
Posted: 1636 GMT
Another very full show today at the International Desk.
We'll start with the meeting in New York between U.S. President Barack Obama and the Palestinian and Israeli leaders. Not much hope that anything crucial or groundbreaking will come out of the trilateral chat. Barack Obama wants to personally push the two sides closer together.
But Israel continues to defy laws and American pressure to stop building new settlements in the occupied West Bank. And the Palestinians remain divided and unable to inspire confidence in their own people.
We will talk about today's big U.N. theme: climate change. Isha Sesay is at U.N. headquarters with that. Our senior U.N. correspondent Richard Roth will join us for a preview of the hotly anticipated speeches from Hugo Chavex, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and others.
We'll also cross over live to New York for more on the arrest at the center of a terrorist plot investigation. Seems like federal authorties are looking for about a dozen more suspects. We'll have the latest.
Plus, the latest on the situation in Honduras. Ousted leader Manuel Zelaya is back in the country, in hiding at the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa. We have analysis on what is likely to happen next and how the political rivals who overthrew him could react.
All that and the latest business, sports and weather stories.
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