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Celtics rallying cry: Ubuntu

The Boston Celtics are turning to a traditional southern African concept to rally their players; it's called Ubuntu, which roughly translates as "I am because of you,� as Martha Bebinger of WBUR in Boston has the story.

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Letter to hooligans

The European Soccer Championships gets under way this weekend in Austria and Switzerland. Anchor Lisa Mullins has details on a Swiss plan to head off any potential bad behavior at the games. Swiss police have sent a letter to about 300 known "hooligans," warning them to behave.

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Geo answer

For our Geo Quiz today, we were searching for the name of the island nation that's home to the fastest man on earth. 21 year-old Usain Bolt, who set a new world record (9.72 seconds) for the men's 100 meters event over the weekend, was born in Jamaica - and that's the answer to our quiz.

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Geo answer

The answer to our Geo Quiz is the British isle of Jersey. The island is now hosting a major international cricket tournament. Reporter Laura Lynch profiles the Afghan cricket team. It's the first time Afghanistan has had a national cricket team in competition.

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Global Hit: Ersi Arvizu

Ersi Arvizu boxed, sang, and sometimes boxed and sang in the same venue. She gave both up for a while. But now she's singing again... thanks in part to Ry Cooder. Anchor Marco Werman has today's Global Hit.

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Kassim the Dream

Faith talks to filmmaker Kief Davidson and Kassim Ouma, the focus of the new documentary film Kassim the Dream, which tells the story of a Ugandan child soldier who later became the junior middleweight boxing champion of the world.

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