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Chocolate wars

Kraft's takeover of the British chocolate company Cadbury has some in Britain upset at the prospect of a beloved brand losing its independence.. Anchor Marco Werman has details.

Arts, Culture & Media

The Swell Season

Czech musician Marketa Irglova is just 21 years old, but as one-half of the indie folk duo, The Swell Season, she already lists three albums, an Oscar, and two Grammy nominations among her many accomplishments.

Conflict & Justice

Scott Brown and climate change

The election of an anti-cap & trade Republican to fill the seat of the late Senator Ted Kennedy is clouding prospects for a climate bill in the Senate. That makes prospects for strong global action on climate change even murkier. Peter Thomson reports.

Arts, Culture & Media

Haiti's orphans

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Tom DiFilipo, head of the Joint Council on International Children's Services, about the plight of thousands of children left orphaned by the earthquake in Haiti.

Global Politics

France's aid effort in Haiti

President Nicolas Sarkozy has been trying to defuse a quarrel with the US. France's International Cooperation Minister Alain Joyandet complained that a French plane was turned back by US troops. The World's Europe correspondent Gerry Hadden reports.

Global Politics

Obama gets a mixed review in Ghana

Many Africans were euphoric over the inauguration of President Obama. On his visit to Accra last year, the President said ?great days lie ahead for Ghana.? Now some Ghanaians say they're still waiting to see whether the President can improve their lives.

Global Politics

The village of Ghajar

Israel is prepared to hand the northern section of a divided village on the Lebanon border over to United Nations forces. But people in the town aren't happy about it. They say they're part of Syria. Aaron Schachter reports from the village of Ghajar.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

Today's Geo Quiz has at least two answers: the body of water between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula is called the Persian Gulf by Iran and the Arabian Gulf by the Saudis. Anchor Marco Werman learns more about this geographical dispute from William Rowe.

Arts, Culture & Media

Kenge Kenge

The band Kenge Kenge from Kenya is old school in a modern city. They play traditional music from the Luo ethnic group. But they perform it ? and live ? in the hustle and bustle of Nairobi. Does that alienate younger music fans in the Kenyan capital?