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Conflict & Justice

A legal dispute over remembering Tiananmen

Twenty years ago today, Chinese troops cleared Tiananmen Square. Hundreds, possibly thousands of people were killed in and around the square. Chinese students had been calling for democracy and free speech. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports from Beijing on an ongoing legal dispute over a documentary about the 1989 Tiananmen crackdown called "The Gate of Heavenly Peace". The case pits the filmmakers against one of the student demonstrators.

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Iran update

Host Marco Werman gets the latest from Borzou Daragahi of the Los Angeles Times. Daragahi reports that Iranian authorities are pledging to teach a lesson to what they call "rioters", and that there will be no re-run of the disputed June 12th election.

Conflict & Justice

China's media strategy

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Xiao Qiang director of the University of California, Berkeley's China Internet Project, about China's strategy for handling media coverage of the protests in western China.

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China's economy on the rise

China's attempts to revive its flagging economy seem to be working. Today, the country reported 7.9 percent growth in its second quarter. The World's Jeb Sharp reports on what impact China's economic growth may have on the rest of the world.

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Karadzic alternative medicine

Former Bosnian Serb leader evaded war crimes prosecutors for years ? in part ? by openly practicing alternative medicine. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Jack Hitt, who's written a story on Karadzic for this weekend's New York Times Magazine.