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Cyber espionage in China

A China-based cyber-spying ring was exposed this week. It's members hacked into computers belonging to India's Defense Ministry. For the past eight months, Canadian and US computer security researchers have been shadowing the hackers online.

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'Erasing David'

British filmmaker David Bond spent one month on the lam last year to see how effective video surveillance and private investigators would be at catching up with him. We hear more on today's show.

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Obama's national security strategy

The Obama administration released its formal strategy on national security today. The document reflects some changes from the Bush era, but for some of the President's supporters on the left, it fails to go far enough. The World's Matthew Bell reports.

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The war in Afghanistan

The American military death toll in Afghanistan has reached 1,000 and the number of US troops in Afghanistan has now surpassed the total in Iraq. Reporter Ben Gilbert is embedded with an Army unit currently deployed in Eastern Afghanistan.

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Security at the soccer World Cup

The State Department issued a travel warning about visiting South Africa during next month's World Cup, Marco Werman speaks with Johan Burger at the Institute for Security Studies in South Africa about what his country is doing to keep people safe.

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Green Zone handover

Today, Iraqi forces took over control of the security checkpoints into the Baghdad Green Zone. It's another step toward US withdrawal from the country. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with George Packer, author 'The Assassins' Gate: America in Iraq.'