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Science, Tech & Environment

Geo answer

The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the northeastern Chinese province of Liaoning. About 1000 entrants taking China's civil service entrance exam have been caught cheating. In Liaoning, authorities found elaborate schemes involving fraudulent test guides and wireless technology. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets details from the BBC's Chris Hogg.

Global Politics

Revisiting an Afghan girls' school

In part 3, Charles Sennott tries to revisit a girls school he reported on two years ago. The school was set up by a couple who lost their son on September 11, 2001. But the school they funded in his memory now appears to be under the Taliban.

Conflict & Justice

The slums of Zambia

The BBC's Jo Fidgen explores one of the roughest parts of Zambia's capital, Lusaka. A local boy serves as a guide through Chiboly, a massive slum often nicknamed �Baghdad� for the widespread violence there.

Conflict & Justice

Another knife attack in China

There have been several knife attacks on kindergarten students and staff in China The latest was today. At least seven children and one teacher were killed. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Damian Grammaticus, who's in Beijing.

Conflict & Justice

Letters from Leningrad

We ran a story remembering Samantha Smith, the American girl who wrote to Soviet leader Andropov to ask why the US and the USSR couldn't live in peace. That brought a response from Jeff Henigson who had appealed to Gorbachev. Marco Werman talks with him.