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Global Politics

Geo answer

Today's Geo Quiz asks for the name of a former count. .SU stands for the Soviet Union. Despite efforts to pull the plug on the Internet country code, an estimated 80-thousand websites still use it.

Arts, Culture & Media

Iraqi blogger in the U.S.

Iraqi-born blogger Sahar Gabriel is accustomed to living on the edge in Baghdad. But two months ago she moved to America, where she's joining a long line of job seekers. Sahar Gabriel shares her impressions of her adopted homeland with anchor Lisa Mullins.

Arts, Culture & Media

Onion story

Corrections are part of the news business. But a couple of newspapers in Bangladesh are apologizing for making a BIG mistake this week. Here's a quick summary. They printed a story; the problem was� the story came from satirical news website, The Onion.

Conflict & Justice

Finland mail goes digital

Finland has come up with a plan to save mail delivery costs. Its postal service ? Itella ? plans to open people's letters, scan them, and send the contents to the recipients via e-mail. Anchor Marco Werman explains.

Global Politics

Denmark angry over tourism web ad

A web video produced by Denmark's Tourism bureau was supposed to lure tourists to the Scandinavian country. Instead, it's drawn the ire of Danes. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Anders Lindemann, a Danish journalist who's been following the story.

Conflict & Justice

Wikileaks controversy continues

The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, rejects criticism by the Obama Administration that his group's leak of secret US military documents made things more dangerous for US troops and Afghan informants. The World's Alex Gallafent has an update.

Global Politics

Cuba creates its own wikipedia'

Cuba is launching its local equivalent of Wikipedia. It's called Ecu-red and boasts entries aiming to disseminate information from a 'decolonizer' point of view. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Michael Voss in Havana.