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Lebanon courts try suspected militants

This week Lebanese military courts began trying members of what's known as the "Net of 13,� the group is suspected of involvement in the February 2005 blast that killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri

Geo quiz and answer

We're calling today's Geo Quiz a "Geo-political Quiz." Anchor Marco Werman gets questions and answers from Carolyn O'Hara, senior editor at Foreign Policy magazine.

Conflict & Justice

Ainu note

Anchor Marco Werman tells us about a resolution passed by Japan's parliament today recognizing the Ainu people as an indigenous group of Japan for the first time ever.

Conflict & Justice

Zohan's Arab-American Co-Star

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Egyptian-born actor Sayed Badreya, who appears in the new Adam Sandler movie "You Don't Mess With the Zohan;� Badreya talks about what it's like to be cast as the Arab "bad guy" in Hollywood movies

Global Politics

Winning hearts and minds in France

The U.S. government has taken a keen interest in France's poor, immigrant suburbs, and it's been bringing over young people from those suburbs to change some of their negative opinions about the U.S., as The BBC's Emma Jane Kirby reports from Paris.

Sports

Letter to hooligans

The European Soccer Championships gets under way this weekend in Austria and Switzerland. Anchor Lisa Mullins has details on a Swiss plan to head off any potential bad behavior at the games. Swiss police have sent a letter to about 300 known "hooligans," warning them to behave.

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