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Conflict & Justice
PRI's The World
December 10, 2009
Our daily geography quiz.
One of the stranger wrinkles in Tiger Woods' crash, is a book photographed in the wreck; demand for it has spiked. Marco Werman hears from John Gribbin.
For today's Geo Quiz, we asked what Canadian city is looking to America for police recruits.Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Constable Geoff Hood.
Arts, Culture & Media
Pakistan is the focus of our Global Hit today. It's music originally recorded for Lahore's ?Lollywood.? Music critic Tom Schnabel tells us more.
Health & Medicine
December 09, 2009
South Africa has the largest number of HIV-infected people on the planet, but the country is taking aggressive new steps to fight AIDS.
Did you hear the one about a stand up comedy festival in Amman, Jordan? The World's Aaron Schachter did and he brings us the story.
The answer to our Geo Quiz today is Kyoto, Japan. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Nori Akashi and Tomoko Inuishi about the Daikon radish festival in Kyoto.
Finally today, an eight-man band called Fat Freddy's Drop from New Zealand is the focus of our Global Hit. Corey Takahashi caught up with them in LA.
There was tension today at the climate summit. Developing nations started arguing among themselves. Marco Werman finds out more from Richard Black.
Development & Education
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