Daily Edition Archive

Each edition has that days stories listed with it.

PRI's The World: 01/01/2015

January 01, 2015

The New Year brings a re-trial for three journalists who spent 2014 in jail in Egypt. Also, a Russian-American author tells us how New Year's Day reminds her of Soviet days, and a special salad. Plus remembering some of the musicians who said good-bye in the past year.

PRI's The World: 12/31/2014

December 31, 2014

We check in with Turkey, who's celebrating a holiday Zeynep Tufekci calls New Years'mas today — fitting, given St. Nick was born in Turkey. And we'll tell you about a group of Rwandan men charged with genocide but acquitted, but still not able to go home. Plus we give you an end-of-the-year news quiz.

PRI's The World: 12/30/2014

December 30, 2014

Protesters hit the streets in Russia after prominent Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is convicted of fraud and his brother sentenced to jail in what's widely seen as a politically motivated case. Also, we look at what a thaw in US-Cuba relations could mean for Cuba's environment. And one man has new tool to fight noise pollution in India.

PRI's The World: 12/29/2014

December 29, 2014

The story of missing AirAsia flight 8501, which is presumed to have crashed with 162 people on board. We'll have the latest information on the search, plus a look at AirAsia's CEO and how his airline has transformed air travel in the region in recent years. Plus, Facebook pulls a post by a prominent Tibetan writer based in Beijing. Facebook says it's protecting users from graphic content; but others worry Facebook may be responding to pressure from Chinese authorities. Also today, foot care for migrants coming over the US border and the quest to make the perfect vegan SPAM.

PRI's The World: 12/26/2014

December 26, 2014

Remembering the December 26, 2004 tsunami, the most powerful ever recorded. It took the lives of nearly a quarter of a million people. Plus, the veteran behind the website War Ink, which shows examples of how soldiers are commemorating their experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan with tattoos. And we find out why Meggy Weggy, the stuffed kitty from Massachusetts, has been spotted over Tokyo.