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Elections in Morocco (4:45) September 5, 2007permalink
Moroccans head to the polls on Friday to elect a new parliament, and Washington will be watching closely. While the US welcomes a democratic election, it's worried about the Party of Justice and Development. The Islamic opposition party is expected to double its seats in the Morrocan parliament. Correspondent Ursula Lindsey reports.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with musicians Anoushka Shankar and Karsh Kale. Shankar is the daughter of sitar maestro Ravi Shankar. Father and daughter perform together with tabla player Kale on a new album called "Breathing Under Water."
Entire program - September 6, 2007 September 6, 2007permalink
Iraq's security forces need more time (4:00) September 6, 2007permalink
The World's Matthew Bell has the details on a congressionally mandated report on the status of Iraq's security forces. The report, presented in Washington today, says Iraqi security forces are at least a year away from being ready to assume duties now performed by U.S. troops in Iraq.
Iraqi police force needs overhaul (3:40) September 6, 2007permalink
An independent panel report on Iraq's security forces said Iraq's police force should be disbanded. Martin Fletcher of the Times of London is in Baghdad. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with him about the state of Iraq's police force.
Purple heart imposters (4:30) September 6, 2007permalink
The World's Katy Clark reports on an apparently growing phenomenon -- people who are falsely claiming to have won Purple Hearts and other military honors. As of last December, faking US military honors is a felony.
Opera legend Luciano Pavarotti dies (1:30) September 6, 2007permalink
Renowned tenor Luciano Pavarotti died today at the age of 71. Correspondent Nancy Greenleese reports from outside the opera house in Rome.
Remembering Pavarotti (7:00) September 6, 2007permalink
Anchor Lisa Mulllins speaks with opera critic Renata Rosso about opera legend Luciano Pavarotti. The Italian tenor died today. He was 71. We also hear excerpts from a 1972 interview that WGBH classical radio host Ron della Chiesa conducted with Pavarotti, shortly after the tenor made his debut at the Metropolitan opera in New York.