Daily Edition Archive

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PRI's The World: 01/09/2015

January 09, 2015

An incredible day of breaking news out of France. We devote today's show to developments. Our London producer, Leo Hornak, is reporting from Paris where he's been interviewing French Muslims outside the Grand Mosque. Plus, our own Clark Boyd, who reported from Brussels for several years, explores Europe's divisions against the backdrop of the financial crisis. And we hear about echoes of the story here in Boston, in the wake of the deadly Marathon bombings and the city-wide lockdown.

PRI's The World: 01/08/2015

January 08, 2015

The investigation and manhunt is ongoing in France after Wednesday's attack on the staff of a satirical magazine in Paris. Also, we look at the debate between the nature of satire and limits of free speech. Plus, it may be cold today, but last year was likely the hottest year on record.

PRI's The World: 01/07/2015

January 07, 2015

France is reeling from the massacre at the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Facts are still coming in and the investigation is ongoing, but the scale and nature of the attack already make it a huge global story. We're devoting the show to it, starting with the BBC's Hugh Scofield in Paris, and then Laure Mandeville of the French newspaper Le Figaro. We'll also examine the security situation in France, the state of satire and free speech around the world, and the threat of violence that goes with it.

PRI's The World: 01/06/2015

January 06, 2015

Congress is back and the Republicans are in control. They promise pushback on President Obama's agenda, including his attempts to reduce the number of prisoners at Guantanamo. Germans speak out against xenophobia a day after thousands of protesters in several German cities rallied against Muslim immigration. Israel prepares for snow. Heavy snow. They're even bulldozing sand into barriers on the beach in Tel Aviv to prevent flooding.

PRI's The World: 01/05/2015

January 05, 2015

Jury selection gets under way in the trial of suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. We check in with a Russian-American journalist who's covering the case. Plus, we find out what happened on the first day undocumented immigrants were allowed to apply for driver's licenses in California. Some slept outside overnight to be there when the DMV opened, others told tales of driving on phony licenses. And, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft approaches Pluto!