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Health & Medicine

Key finding on AIDS

Scientists studying chimps in Tanzania have made a discovery that could change our understanding of AIDS. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the study's lead author, Beatrice Hahn of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. On PRI's The World.

Global Politics

Geo answer

Today's Geo Quiz asked for the name of the place where a key battle between the English and the French took place during the Hundred Years' War.

Conflict & Justice

Mumbai attacks trial

The lone surviving gunman from Mumbai attacks last November has been telling a court in India about his recruitment. Rand Corporation's Christine Fair tells Lisa Mullins that Indians wonder whether those who planned the attack in Pakistan will face trial.

Conflict & Justice

Closing Guantanamo

A White House task force on closing Guantanamo is being delayed by six months. Does that mean Barack Obama's vow to close the detention camp by early next year is in jeopardy? The World's Matthew Bell reports.

Global Politics

Concerns about Venezuela

A group of Venezuelan opposition leaders are in Washington for talks with the head of the Organization of American States, about their concerns over the state of democracy in Venezuela. Correspondent Will Grant reports.

Global Politics

The world's private chefs gather

The chefs who serve presidents, PMs, and kings are members of a club called the ?Club of Leaders' Chefs.? The club's annual meeting is in Italy today. Lisa Mullins finds out what's on the agenda and on the menu from Mark Flanigan, chef to Queen Elizabeth.