Full story - April 09, 2009
Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the latest on the stand-off with pirates on the Indian Ocean. She speaks with reporter David McGuffin in Kenya. That's where a U.S. flagged ship was headed before being seized by Somali pirates. The American crew retook control of the vessel, but the pirates are still holding the ship's captain, Richard Phillips, hostage on a lifeboat.
Full story - April 09, 2009
Britain's top counter-terrorism officer, Bob Quick, has stepped down after admitting he may have jeopardized an operation to stop a possible UK - al Qaeda plot. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
Full story - April 09, 2009
Many extremist Jihadi groups spread their propaganda online. And many of their websites use U.S. based web servers. Martin Libicki of the Rand Corporation tells anchor Lisa Mullins why the sites aren't easy to shut down, and why U.S. intelligence services might want to let them operate.
Full story - April 09, 2009
Turkey and Armenia have been talking recently about normalizing relations, but they're divided still by conflicting accounts of mass killings of Armenians that happened almost a century ago. The World's Aaron Schachter reports.
Full story - April 09, 2009
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with reporter Jacob Resneck about the mass demonstrations in the former Soviet republic of Georgia. The protesters are demanding the resignation of President Mikhail Saakashvili.
Full story - April 09, 2009
Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili has also been criticized for hiring an American masseuse named Dot Stein. Anchor Lisa Mullins has more.
Full story - April 09, 2009
PRI's The World reports on how a public health program in Minnesota adapted its family planning message to fit the cultural needs of the Somali population there.
Full story - April 09, 2009
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with author Michelle Goldberg about her new book, "The Means of Reproduction: Sex, Power, and the Future of the World".
Full story - April 09, 2009
The BBC's Keith Adams reports on a solar-powered oven that's made out of cardboard and tinfoil. It could help combat climate change by offering an alternative for people who rely on firewood to cook their food. On PRI's The World.
Full story - April 09, 2009
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with The World's Matthew Bell about Kim Jong-Il's rare public appearance today. Kim reportedly suffered a stroke last August.

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