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PRI's The World: 01/20/2015

January 20, 2015

President Barack Obama speaks to Congress and the nation tonight. The World goes deep today into the foreign policy issues that the president is likely to raise in his State of the Union address: from ISIS and threats to national security, to the Administration's immigration policy and Cuba. The World newsroom will be live-tweeting global context to the State of the Union, using the hashtag #worldwatches.

PRI's The World: 01/19/2015

January 19, 2015

Leaders in Europe meet in Brussels to coordinate responses to violence in France and Belgium. Also, we talk to the creative minds behind a new podcast called "Good Muslim, Bad Muslim." And a new film explores the issue of identity among African immigrants in the US.

PRI's The World: 01/16/2015

January 16, 2015

There have been anti-terror raids and arrests across Europe in the past 24 hours. These come in the wake of last week's attacks in Paris. We ask about the wider security situation across Europe right now. Plus, new rules regarding travel and doing business in Cuba go into effect today. And, we tell you a basketball story that spans Congo, the United States and China.

PRI's The World: 01/15/2015

January 15, 2015

Does the Quran really ban the depiction of Prophet Mohamed, and what's the history of the debate? We take a look. Plus, an NGO in South Africa is working with men and families to change their country's culture of violence against women. And: Freedom Sliders. They're Canadians who are fed up with local bans on sledding, and are taking to the local toboggan runs to make their point.

PRI's The World: 01/14/2015

January 14, 2015

The new Charlie Hebdo is out and there's very little chance of getting your hands on a copy. But we will tell you about some of the provocative cartoons inside. And while the attacks are still troubling many Parisians, that hasn't stopped a few French residents from praising the violent acts. Also, in post-apartheid South Africa, we meet a woman who started an organic market, hoping to bring the still segregated ethnic groups together.

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