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Dealing with Haiti's cholera victims

The cholera outbreak in Haiti has spread easily because of the poor sanitation following last year's devastating earthquake. The World's Jeb Sharp spent some time this week with a man who has the job of collecting the bodies of cholera victims.

Global Politics

Ivory Coast interview

Anchor Lisa Mullins gets details about the tensions growing in Ivory Coast. She speaks with a teacher in Abidjan, the main city of Ivory Coast, about concerns over political violence and foreign military intervention.

Conflict & Justice

Cyber attacks on Tunisia

The World's Clark Boyd tells how cyber attacks on Tunisia are linked to the country's human rights record. He interviews Slim Amamou, a Tunis-based tech entrepreneur and free speech activist who has now been arrested by Tunisian authorities.

Global Politics

Taxing witchcraft

In the Geo Quiz we're looking for a European country where a new tax is causing a stir. It targets some self-employed workers who didn't pay taxes in the past. These include astrologers and witches. And they're not happy about a tax on their ancient arts.

Global Politics

Senator John Kerry on Sudan

Residents of southern Sudan prepare to go to the polls on Sunday to vote on whether to split Africa's largest nation in two. Senate Foreign Relations chair John Kerry is in Khartoum. He tells host Lisa Mullins about Washington's stake in the vote.

Global Politics

Pakistan's political battle heats up

Muttahida Qaumi Movement, or MQM, Pakistan's third largest political party, made headlines when it abandoned the ruling PPP-led coalition government, the move set Pakistan's two largest secular parties at loggerheads. Madha Tahir reports from Karachi.