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India's Muslim community

One year ago, 10 militants arrived from Pakistan in Mumbai, India. The Muslim community was terrified of a backlash, fortunately it never came. Miranda Kennedy has the first in her series of reports about the lives of India's Muslims.

Arts, Culture & Media

Slow food in Lebanon

Lebanon has a burgeoning movement known as �slow food.� Its proponents want to ensure that Lebanese don't lose their food traditions. The World's Aaron Schachter reports, the country seems an unlikely spot for a slow food movement.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

We were searching for the leader of the 13th century Mongol empire. The answer is Genghis Khan and the whereabouts of his grave have been a mystery for centuries. Josuha Kucera recently travelled China, Mongolia, and Russia to research this story.

Arts, Culture & Media

Khaled

Anchor Marco Werman tells about one song on the new CD by Algerian superstar Khaled. The song �Zabana� tells the story of Ahmed Zabana, a martyr in the Algerian War of Independence in the 1950s.

Conflict & Justice

British inquiry into Iraq war

John Chilcot has promised to produce a 'full and insightful' account. Evidence from senior government figures will start on Tuesday and politicians, including former Prime Minister Tony Blair will be expected to testify in due time. Laura Lynch reports.

Global Politics

Reporting the war at home

How do local newspaper editors balance their duty to report on important issues vs. losing your attention, with stories day after day on the same topic? The World's Jason Margolis visited Mississippi and asked editors at three local papers.

Science, Tech & Environment

Life in the deep

The latest marine life census reads like something Disney or Dr. Seuss might imagine. The report describes some of the thousands of species that live in the depths of the ocean. Marco Werman talked with Jesse Ausubel of the Census of Marine Life project.