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Edgy Berlin artist colony hangs on to irreverent streak

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Edgy Berlin artist colony hangs on to irreverent streak

One of the world's most famous art collectives fears going from avant-garde to art history. Born in the frenzy that followed the fall of the Berlin Wall, the artists' compound known as "Tacheles" is among Berlin's most popular -- albeit unusual -- tourist attractions. As Deutsche Welle reports, 20 years of life on the cutting edge may soon come to an end.

Posted: February 15, 2010 13:05   Comments: 1
Irish victims of abuse call for Church leaders to resign

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Irish victims of abuse call for Church leaders to resign

In Ireland, survivors of abuse at the hands of Catholic clergy have called upon several Irish church leaders to resign, but many have refused to do so. Today, 24 Irish bishops are in Rome meeting with the Pope, trying to figure out how to respond to the victims' demands. Alan Fisher of Al Jazeera English speaks to some of Ireland's abuse survivors.

Posted: February 15, 2010 11:15   Comments: 70
Week in Review: Debt crisis in Greece and Iran’s nukes

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Week in Review: Debt crisis in Greece and Iran’s nukes

In this week's roundtable discussion, we focus on Europe's economic challenges, including the debt crisis in Greece that has many Europeans worried about their common currency. We also focus on Iran and what the regime is trying to achieve by moving to a higher level of uranium enrichment. Carla Robbins and Garrick Utley join Daljit Dhaliwal.

Posted: February 12, 2010 16:57   Comments: 12
Toyota seeks to make amends for engineering defects

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Toyota seeks to make amends for engineering defects

The world's largest automaker is attempting to fix its cars and its reputation. The company announced its latest recall -- more than 400,000 Prius and other hybrid vehicles worldwide -- bringing the total recalls to 8.5 million. The announcement was accompanied by a new apology by Toyota's chairman. Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Roben Farzad for more.

Posted: February 9, 2010 15:53   Comments: 19
Examining the motives behind traditional honor killings

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Examining the motives behind traditional honor killings

In Turkey, there is an average of about one honor killing per week. To understand more about this troubling issue, Daljit Dhaliwal speaks with Gönül Tol, director of the Center for Turkish Studies at the Middle East Institute, about what she says is a growing trend in Turkey.

Posted: February 8, 2010 16:02   Comments: 9
Turkish women fight against honor killings

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Turkish women fight against honor killings

Gizem Yarbil is an associate producer at Worldfocus who grew up in Turkey. She argues that Turkish immigrants may cling even more strongly to their customs-- including honor killings-- when faced with the difficulties of life in the West.

Posted: February 8, 2010 14:58   Comments: 12
Pro-Russian candidate likely victor of Ukraine election

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Pro-Russian candidate likely victor of Ukraine election

In Ukraine, there has been a political turnaround for a man who was defeated six years ago in the country's Orange Revolution. Opposition candidate Viktor Yanukovich is the likely winner of Ukraine's presidential election. He is more aligned with Russia than with the West and has said he would abandon Ukraine's bid to join NATO. Neave Barker reports for Al Jazeera English.

Posted: February 8, 2010 14:10   Comments: 1
Economic troubles in Eurozone may spread elsewhere

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Economic troubles in Eurozone may spread elsewhere

Lawmakers in Portugal today defeated a plan to cut government spending, adding to fears that financial crisis will spread across the region. Daljit Dhaliwal spoke with Marcus Mabry, international business editor of The New York Times, about a potential European financial meltdown.

Posted: February 5, 2010 16:40   Comments: 9
Smoking rates remain stubbornly high around the globe

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Smoking rates remain stubbornly high around the globe

According to the World Health Organization, while cigarette consumption is declining in some countries, the number of smokers worldwide is on the upswing. Those smokers also consume more cigarettes than ever. Explore our maps of smoking rates around the globe.

Posted: February 4, 2010 15:51   Comments: 5
Oscar nominations for Best Foreign Language Film

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Oscar nominations for Best Foreign Language Film

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced its nominations for the 2010 Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. Nominees include films from Germany, Peru, Argentina, France, and Israel. See the trailers here.

Posted: February 2, 2010 14:42   Comments: 1
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