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Development & Education

Mexico goes bike-friendly

Despite Mexico City's dense population, traffic, and the famed smog, the city is following the path of several European capitals by starting a bike rental program. Anchor Marco Werman speaks to reporter Franc Contreras in Mexico City.

Conflict & Justice

World Cup gambling crackdown

More than 5,000 people have been taken into custody in a crackdown on illegal World Cup gambling. Police raided hundreds of betting dens across Asia. Anchor Marco Werman gets the story from The World's Mary Kay Magistad in Beijing.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo quiz

If you're heading out to the theatre tonight, and you're in Tokyo. Well, you'll know the answer to today's Geo Quiz. The centerpiece of the Tokyo neighborhood we want you to name is a national palace.

Health & Medicine

Camp as therapy for military kids

Summer camp has been a tradition for generations of American kids. Camps can also be therapeutic. Six years ago, a non -profit organization started overnight camps designed for the children of U.S. service members. The World's Katy Clark takes us to one.

Development & Education

Geo quiz

For today's Geo Quiz, we're going around in circles. Cairo and Beijing have ring roads, London has an orbital, and Washington's got a beltway. We're looking for another of these circular routes. The one we want you to name is in south-west Ireland.

Development & Education

Geo answer

In south-western Ireland sheep sometimes stray. That's where Brendan Ferris comes in. He's a shepherd. You can usually find him at his farm, the Kells Sheep Center. It's located on the Ring of Kerry, which is the answer, by the way, to our Geo Quiz.

Conflict & Justice

Iraqi prisoner missing

The Iraqi man convicted in the kidnap and murder of British aid worker, Margaret Hassan, has failed to appear in a Baghdad court today. The retrial of Ali Lutfi Jassar was due to begin this morning. Anchor Marco Werman gets more from Said Boumedouha.