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Conflict & Justice

Boxes of Irish history

The small town of Ballina is known as �the Salmon Capital of Ireland'. It's home to only about 11,000 people. But it's also home to an extraordinary collection of historical documents. The World's Alex Gallafent reports from New York.

Conflict & Justice

Haiti's rainy season looming

Today, there are thousands of Haitians living in tent camps. Officials have declared 21 of those camps �high-risk.' They're likely to flood in the coming rainy season. And now, the rains are beginning. The World's Amy Bracken reports.

Global Politics

Jobs a priority for Haitians

Safe housing is an urgent need for quake survivors in Haiti. But what many want is jobs. According to a survey Haitians believe jobs should be the number one priority for reconstruction. We speak with Alison Hayes, Oxfam's Policy Manager for Haiti.

Arts, Culture & Media

Manta Rays in New York

Tomorrow, at Carnegie Hall, a select group of college and high school musical groups will perform. One of the bands, the Manta Rays, is the only high school band on the US Pacific territory of Saipan. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports.

Arts, Culture & Media

AR Rahman on tour

AR Rahman is best known for the two Oscars he won for for his work on the film Slumdog Millionaire. Now Rahman is taking his music on the road. The World's Alex Gallafent went to a recent performance in New York.

Global Politics

Millennium goals

World leaders are gathering in New York to talk about progress on eight goals set back in 2000 as Millennium Development Goals to be met by 2015. Anchor Lisa Mullins has the story.