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Global Politics

Gaza Celebrates Ceasefire

In Gaza, news of the ceasefire deal was greeted by celebrations but just before the truce went into effect, there were more rockets fired into southern Israel. And there were more Israeli strikes hitting targets in Gaza.

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Conflict & Justice

Using Food to Tell the Story of War

Annia Ciezadlo explores the relationship between food and war in her new book, "Day of Honey: a Memoir of Food, Love, and War." A correspondent in Iraq and Lebanon for seven years, Annia Ciezadlo says that preparing meals helped her report.

Arts, Culture & Media

Libya in hindsight

Anchor Marco Werman is reminded of his trip to Libya in 2006, after the US-Libyan diplomatic relations were restored, and a telling conversation with an outspoken young man.

Environment

Give peace parks a chance

Parks and natural areas can be an important part of international diplomacy and peace building between countries in conflict. That's according to University of Vermont professor Saleem Ali who edited the new book "Peace Parks: Conservation and Conflict Resolution." Dr. Ali talked with host Bruce Gellerman.

Environment

Prescription for survival

Sixty-three years after the nuclear genie was let out of the bottle with the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the threat of nuclear warfare persists. But Dr. Bernard Lown, cardiologist and Nobel Peace Prize recipient, has a prescription for survival.

Environment

After War, Wind-Powered Radio

In Southern Sudan electricity is virtually non-existent after 22 years of civil war. Host Bruce Gellerman talks with Internews program director Deborah Ensor about bringing solar and wind energy to the region to power a new radio station.

Conflict & Justice

Website promotes peace in Kenya

The World's Clark Boyd reports on �I have no tribe.com,� a website run by a Kenyan living in the United States; its founder said he started it to promote peace among members of Kenya's various ethnic groups.