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Conflict & Justice

Former Swiss prisoners seek justice

In Switzerland, thousands of victims of a policy known as 'administrative detention' are demanding an investigation and compensation for being imprisoned without committing any crime. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the story from the BBC's Imogene Foulkes.

Conflict & Justice

Accused Irish priests

An Irish government report detailed how the Roman Catholic hierarchy shielded pedophile priests, involving sending some to the US. Bishop-Accountability, is demanding to know where those priests are. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Terry McKiernan.

Global Politics

Women in the military

Lieutenant Colonel Jennie Carignan became the first female deputy commanding officer of a combat arms unit in Canada. She's now serving in Kandahar in southern Afghanistan. She spoke to the BBC about how she combines being on the front line and a mother.

Arts, Culture & Media

Chef Marcus Samuelsson

Marcus Samuelsson is one of America's top chefs. He was born in Ethiopia. But, he was adopted by a couple from Sweden, where he grew up. The World's Alex Gallafent spoke to Samuelsson and asked the chef to share some of his musical influences.

Global Politics

Single Mothers in South Korea

Single Mothers day in South Korea is a day that's getting support from adoptees who've moved back to Korea. They'd like to see single motherhood become more acceptable there so that unwed mothers feel less pressure to put their babies up for adoption.