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Global Politics

Flu vaccine overstock

After this year's rush to stock up on the H1N1 vaccine some countries are now trying to unload millions of stockpiled doses. Governments are being criticized for overreacting and overspending against the disease. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.

Global Politics

Euro inches up on word of deal

European leaders spent weeks hammering out an agreement aimed at shoring up confidence in the Euro and in the countries who use it. They finally agreed on a plan to bail out debt-ridden Greece. The World's Laura Lynch reports.

Global Politics

Economic summits in Canada

President Barack Obama has called for the G20 to pull together to promote economic growth, saying that world economies are inextricably linked. As the World's Jason Margolis tell us, there is some serious division about what's best for the world economy.

Conflict & Justice

The Looming Greek Default

Europe continues to struggle with finding a way out of its economic crisis. The most immediate threat to the Eurozone is the possibility of a Greek default. But some are openly wondering whether it's time to let Greece go.