Soy farmers in Argentina have been watching the weather. It's been a dry summer and soy crops are important to Argentina's economy. Farmers have to worry about Wall Street speculation also. Julia Kumari Drapkin reports.
In 1982, Britain and Argentina went to war over the Falklands/ Malvinas. Argentina's government officially recognizes only those veterans who fought the British directly. But that leaves some former soldiers out. Julia Kumari Drapkin has our story.
Sharks may be fearsome predators, but over fishing threatens their survival. The World's Julia Kumari Drapkin profiles an unusual pair of shark researchers. One has always wanted to protect sharks. The other used to kill them.
Palau and other Pacific island nations aren't represented at the United Nations by their own citizens. They're represented by American lawyers and law students. The Americans are pushing the UN to act quickly on climate change.
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