In 154 seconds, reporter Antonio Neves breaks down news stories from all seven continents.
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In the wake of the Fukushima Meltdown, Antonio Neves reports on past nuclear power disasters and future policy implications.
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Forecasters and scientists are predicting an El Nino year. Antonio Neves reports on the climate patterns and chain of events that occur around the world.
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In the aftermath of the G20 Economic Summit, Antonio Neves reports on the events from November 18, 2008 with stories from around the world.
The 2008 Olympics in Beijing lead to millions of Chinese learning English.
The ice along the coast of Greenland is melting twice as fast as it was five years ago. It is part of a change in climate that could lead to rising sea levels.
The aurora borealis, or northern lights, are a common sight in Alaska. Now they have become a way for some high school students to connect to the world.
Trade between the United States and China is causing friction as the balance of trade tilts more and more in China's favor.
On the outside, Turkey has a thriving democracy, but there is a debate over laws that ban religious displays in government institutions. [CC]