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Conflict & Justice

Canadian prostitution law

A judge in Canada has struck down key parts of the country's federal anti-prostitution laws. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Terri-Jean Bedford, a self-described dominatrix and one of the litigants in the case.

Arts, Culture & Media

The Abraham Path

For the Geo Quiz we want you to help map out the Abraham Path. This path for travelers winds through the Middle East. It links up ancient regions, said to have been traveled by the biblical Abraham. It begins in the Turkish village of Harran.

Lifestyle & Belief

Iranian blogger sentenced

Iranian-Canadian Hossein Derakhshan aka Hoder, credited with sparking the boom in reform blogging among Iranians, has reportedly been sentenced to 19 years in prison by an Iranian court. The World's Clark Boyd has more on the story.

Global Politics

Dealing with Iran

John Limbert was the State Department's point man for Iran under President Obama. Like President Obama, Limbert is committed to improving relations with Iran. But Limbert resigned in July, after only nine months on the job. Lisa Mullins talks with him.

Conflict & Justice

Moscow mayor fired

Yuri Luzhkov has been mayor of Moscow for the past 18 years but now he's out of a job after he was fired by President Dmitry Medvedev. Julia loffe is Foreign Policy Magazine's Moscow Correspondent. Lisa Mullins asked her about the sacking.

Global Politics

North Korea's next leader

The World's Mary Kay Magistad speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins about the future of North Korea's leadership. It's expected that the son of ailing leader, Kim Jong Il is next in line. It also appears that Kim's young sister may play a critical role.