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Migrants stranded en route to Europe

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Migrants stranded en route to Europe

Last year, during a trip to Morocco, Worldfocus correspondent Hoda Osman, producer Rebecca Haggerty, and cameraperson Megan Thompson visited the autonomous city of Melilla. There they met migrants desperate to get to Europe but stranded in limbo.

Posted: March 31, 2010 15:01   Comments: 2
Catholic Church grapples with sex crimes in Germany

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Catholic Church grapples with sex crimes in Germany

In Germany, there are increasing calls by Catholic groups for Pope Benedict to make a statement about a growing scandal involving violence and sexual abuse. The latest chapter involves allegations of such abuse against children in a boys' choir. For more on the sex scandal, Daljit Dhaliwal speaks with Nikolaus Piper, and Deutsche Welle reports.

Posted: March 15, 2010 13:20   Comments: 9
China and India sign on to Copenhagen climate accord

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China and India sign on to Copenhagen climate accord

China and India -- the world's two most populous countries -- have formally agreed this week to be part of the climate change accord that was worked at last December's climate change conference in Copenhagen. The nonbinding document calls for limiting the rise in global temperatures. Andrew Potter of Al Jazeera English reports on the significance of the news.

Posted: March 11, 2010 13:22   Comments: 3
Turkey outraged by House resolution on Armenian ‘genocide’

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Turkey outraged by House resolution on Armenian ‘genocide’

By a margin of one vote, the House Foreign Affairs Committee passed a non-binding resolution calling the World War I-era killing of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians by Ottoman Turks a "genocide." The fallout continues between the U.S. and Turkey, one of America's key allies. Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Bulent Aliriza, and Tarek Bazley reports for Al Jazeera English.

Posted: March 5, 2010 17:08   Comments: 42
McDonald’s celebrates 20 tasty years in Moscow

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McDonald’s celebrates 20 tasty years in Moscow

Russians considered fast food items to be delicacies back in 1990, when the cuisine first arrived in Moscow. McDonald's opened in the Russian capital 20 years ago, and the company recently marked the anniversary. Oksana Boyko of Russia Today reports how McDonald's was more than just fast food.

Posted: March 4, 2010 16:09   Comments: 1
Far-right Dutch party makes big gains in local elections

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Far-right Dutch party makes big gains in local elections

The Netherlands today held municipal elections in hundreds of cities and towns across the country. The Freedom Party, a populist, anti-Muslim, and anti-immigration party led by Geert Wilders, ran in just two of those elections. In one city, it came in first, and in the other city, the Hague, it came in second. The party wants to outlaw Muslim headscarves in Holland.

Posted: March 4, 2010 13:58   Comments: 70
Greeks struggle with draconian cutbacks

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Greeks struggle with draconian cutbacks

The Greek government has imposed new austerity measures, including raising sales taxes and cutting pay for civil servants, to help fix its budgetary crisis. For more on the impact of this major financial issue in the eurozone, Daljit Dhaliwal speaks with Peter Coy, the economics editor for Bloomberg BusinessWeek. And our German partner Deutsche Welle reports.

Posted: March 3, 2010 15:40   Comments: 4
Worldfocus Radio: Fear and Loathing in Las Malvinas

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Worldfocus Radio: Fear and Loathing in Las Malvinas

A small island archipelago in the South Atlantic recently made it back into the headlines. Known as the Falkland Islands and in Spanish as Las Malvinas, we look at why this little-known place brought two nations to war in 1982 -- a conflict that threatens to reignite. Martin Savidge hosts Juanita Brock of the Falkland Islands News Network and Professor Maria Victoria Murillo.

Posted: March 3, 2010 14:57   Comments: 3
Russians embarrassed by poor Olympics performance

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Russians embarrassed by poor Olympics performance

After the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Russians are asking themselves why they performed so poorly. Russia, which dominated the Winter Olympics throughout the seventies and eighties as the Soviet Union, finished sixth on this year's medal table. Neave Barker of Al Jazeera English reports from Moscow on anger at Russia's Olympics performance.

Posted: March 2, 2010 14:03   Comments: 2
Former Bosnian Serb leader defends himself in the Hague

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Former Bosnian Serb leader defends himself in the Hague

In the Hague, the man accused of presiding over one of Europe's worst cases of genocide since World War II began his defense today. Radovan Karadzic, the former Bosnian Serb leader, is charged with mass murder at Srebrenica and the destruction of Muslim and Croat villages. For more, Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Belinda Cooper.

Posted: March 1, 2010 13:59   Comments: 26
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