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Global Politics

Iran's influence in Iraq

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Martin Chulov of the British newspaper �The Guardian� about Iraq's difficulties forming a government and Iran's influence on new efforts toward progress.

Conflict & Justice

Karzai confirms cash from Iran

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has acknowledged that his office has received cash from Iran, but insists it was part of a transparent process. Lisa Mullins gets the latest from the BBC's Quentin Summerville and a reality check from Pamela Constable.

Global Politics

Finding jobs for France's older workers

It's likely that the French government's plan to raise the minimum retirement age to 62 will become law. Labor unions are now saying it's time to do something to help French people over 50 find work or keep their jobs. Correspondent Anita Elash reports.

Conflict & Justice

Britain gets tough on welfare

These are tough economic times and countries are imposing some tough economic measures. Britain is reducing spending on higher education. The World's Laura Lynch updates on Britain's latest sweeping changes to the country's social safety net.

Global Politics

Coping with Ireland's financial crisis

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Kevin Sheridan, owner of Sheridan's Cheesemongers in Ireland, about how the economic downturn has affected his business. Also, Rita Richardson, a retiree in Galway, Ireland, tells Lisa how she's coping with the news.

Global Politics

Russia's World Cup hopes

FIFA is expected to announce the winner Thursday. As Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow, the competition is heating up as Russia kicks soccer balls at England's bid and English officials face corruption charges.