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Title Dateline: Days of Rage/Twitch and Shout
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2013
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Summary Dateline reports from the angry streets of Cairo as the city erupts into violence over the ousting of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. Also, Zach, Mario and Cole have severe Tourette's...often misunderstood, Dateline follows them to a camp where they find they're not alone.DAYS OF RAGETuesday's Dateline reports from the angry streets of Cairo as the city erupts into violence, with Egypt's interim government moving to crush support for ousted President Mohamed Morsi. SBS Correspondent Brett Mason visits the al-Fateh Mosque, as it turns from a place for prayers into a besieged field hospital with dead and injured all around. In the chaos, he hears conflicting reports about who's attacking whom, with both sides enraged over the country's escalating violence. In his ninth trip to Egypt to report on the political unrest, Brett provides a close-up look at the country's newly increasing turmoil.TWITCH AND SHOUTZach, Mario and Cole are three friends who share a remarkable bond. They're among the most severe cases of Tourette Syndrome in the United States, suffering a range of involuntary verbal and physical tics and sometimes violent outbursts. The neurological condition is often deeply misunderstood by society, leading to feelings from sufferers that they don't fit in. But on Tuesday's Dateline, Aaron Lewis follows the boys to a place they can truly be themselves. It's the annual Camp Twitch and Shout, a special summer gathering for children with Tourette Syndrome, between the ages of 7 and 17. So why is this camp so special? And what does it mean to the young people who take part? Follow their journey in a powerful story that is both heart breaking and heart warming
Event Broadcast 2013-08-20 at 21:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Central nervous system -- Diseases.
Civil-military relations.
People with disabilities -- Services for.
Political violence.
Ticks as carriers of disease.
Tourette syndrome in children.
United States.
Form Streaming video
Author Rao, Anjali, host
Kony, Joseph, reporter
Mason, Brett, reporter
Ebel, Angie, contributor
Harrill, Caleb, contributor
Hurd, Jason, contributor
Kardon, Tricia, contributor
Lamb, Carl, contributor