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  • November 9, 2005   BY Admin 

    International health experts met for three days ending Wednesday in Geneva to hammer out a global strategy against bird flu. Continue reading

  • November 9, 2005  

    A police shoot-out in Indonesia Wednesday killed one of Southeast Asia’s most hunted terrorists, Azhari bin Husin. Following a background report, an expert discusses the significance of the killing. Continue reading

  • November 9, 2005  

    Suicide bombings at three hotels in Amman, Jordan, killed dozens late Wednesday. A reporter on the scene provides an update. Continue reading

  • November 8, 2005  

    For the first time since 1947, officials opened the line of control separating Indian- and Pakistani- administered Kashmir to allow relief efforts to reach earthquake survivors. An Independent Television News report looks at the historic decision and the chaos that ensued. Continue reading

  • November 8, 2005  

    The Summit of the Americas in Argentina brought 34 countries together to discuss issues facing the hemisphere but were dominated by talks about a free trade zone. Following a background report on President Bush’s role in the conference, two trade experts give opposing perspectives on free market reform in Latin America. Continue reading

  • November 8, 2005  

    A science unit report looks at the environmental cleanup in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina inundated the city with filthy floodwater. Federal and state officials are at odds with environmental groups over the danger posed by toxins found in and around houses in New Orleans. Continue reading

  • November 4, 2005  

    A report on the desperate effort to reach victims in remote mountain villages after the earthquake that struck Pakistan nearly a month ago. Continue reading

  • November 3, 2005  

    Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s recent comments against Israel and his decision to fire 40 senior diplomats and ambassadors, many in favor of warmer ties with the West, have drawn sharp criticism from world leaders. Following a background report, two experts discuss the future of Iran under Ahmadinejad. Continue reading

  • November 2, 2005  

    A report from the island nation of Sri Lanka about the recovery effort from the Dec. 26 tsunami in Asia. Continue reading

  • November 1, 2005   BY Admin 

    Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff tapped Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chairman Donald Powell Tuesday to head the federal government’s effort to rebuild areas of the Gulf Coast devastated by hurricanes Rita and Katrina. Continue reading