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Mongolia faces climate-driven humanitarian crisis

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Mongolia faces climate-driven humanitarian crisis

In one of the most sparsely populated regions of the world, the hardy inhabitants are fighting for survival. Mongolia's three million people and forty million animals are now being tested by a brutal winter that followed a drought last summer. Tony Birtley of Al Jazeera English reports how grazing is under threat, and read what sources from Mongolia are saying.

Posted: March 15, 2010 12:49   Comments: 6
Creeping seas threaten tiny island chain of Maldives

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Creeping seas threaten tiny island chain of Maldives

In this Worldfocus signature story, we take another look at the drastic consequences of climate change. The Maldives, an island chain off the southwest coast of India, find themselves being consumed by rising sea levels. For a look at how the Maldives are trying to deal with the problem, Worldfocus producer Megan Thompson traveled there recently.

Posted: March 12, 2010 18:06   Comments: 8
Week in Review: Middle East peace process

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Week in Review: Middle East peace process

Israel today tightened security in Jerusalem and sealed off the West Bank for 48 hours to prevent a repeat of last Friday's clashes between Israelis and Palestinians, but there were nonetheless more scuffles. To discuss the tension in the region, Daljit Dhaliwal speaks with James Rubin and Ian Bremmer in our weekly roundtable.

Posted: March 12, 2010 18:05   Comments: 95
Maldivian leader sees peril and promise in country’s future

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Maldivian leader sees peril and promise in country’s future

Mohammed Waheed Hassan was elected vice president in the Maldives' first democratic elections in 30 years. In this extended interview, he talks about why he believes his country faces grave danger from climate change -- and how the Maldives hopes to set a positive example by becoming the world's first carbon-neutral country.

Posted: March 12, 2010 18:04   Comments: 1
Full Show: March 12, 2010

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Full Show: March 12, 2010

Watch the full show from Friday, March 12: Insurgents carry out a suicide bombing in Pakistan, killing dozens in Lahore; after Vice President Biden's visit to Israel and the West Bank, tensions remain high; the Maldives islands could fall victim to climate change; and, an archaeological mystery is solved.

Posted: March 12, 2010 17:51   Comments: 2
Bloody attacks by Islamic militants rock Pakistan

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Bloody attacks by Islamic militants rock Pakistan

In Pakistan, a series of deadly bombings shatter a period of relative clam that also saw the capture of several high-level Taliban officials. For more, Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Ahmad Kamal, and Hashem Ahelbarra of Al Jazeera English reports from the Swat Valley.

Posted: March 12, 2010 16:51   Comments: 1
Full Show: March 11, 2010

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Full Show: March 11, 2010

Watch the full show from Thursday, March 11: China and India give their blessing to the Copenhagen climate change accord; in the Caribbean, coral reefs are dying and hurricanes are intensifying; more Greek protests erupt over the austerity plan; and China's number of billionaires increases.

Posted: March 11, 2010 17:53   Comments: 1
Caribbean nations fear ill effects of climate change

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Caribbean nations fear ill effects of climate change

Worldfocus producer Megan Thompson recently traveled around the world in 18 days to see firsthand the effects of climate change on small island nations. In the Caribbean, she heard from residents of Grenada and Antigua how rising tides are dramatically effecting their livelihoods.

Posted: March 11, 2010 16:20   Comments: 7
Asian workers rising from top to bottom

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Asian workers rising from top to bottom

Forbes magazine released its annual list of the world's richest people, and the number of Chinese and Indian billionaires has doubled since last year. Daljit Dhaliwal speaks to Roben Farzad of Bloomberg BusinessWeek about the growing wealth in Asia. And Rob McBride of Al Jazeera English reports on labor shortages faced by some Chinese factories.

Posted: March 11, 2010 16:11   Comments: 1
Worldfocus Radio: Demographics of the Arab World

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Worldfocus Radio: Demographics of the Arab World

The Arab world has over 350 million people and stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Persian Gulf. Most of its countries also share a set of demographic issues, including a youth population explosion and gender inequality. Martin Savidge hosts Magda Abu-Fadil and Bernard Haykel to discuss Arab demography.

Posted: March 11, 2010 15:45   Comments: 3
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