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World Links: One Billion Hungry Worldwide, 10,000 Married in Mass Wedding

A roundup of links to local stories of global importance from around the world.

Oct 14th, 2009 | Comments

World Links: Iran Sets Date for Talks, U.S.-China Trade Dispute Grows

A roundup of links to local stories of global importance from around the world.

Sep 14th, 2009 | Comments

World Links: Aquino’s Son Will Run for President in the Philippines, Coal Mine Blast in China

A roundup of links to local stories of global importance from around the world.

Sep 9th, 2009 | Comments

World Links: Merkel “Deeply Regrets” Loss of Innocent Afghan Lives, Rains Displace 600,000 in Africa

A roundup of links to local stories of global importance from around the world.

Sep 8th, 2009 | Comments

World Links: Clinton Warns Eritrea Over Militant Funding, Pacific Islanders Call for Reduced Emissions

A roundup of links to local stories of global importance from around the world.

Aug 6th, 2009 | Comments

World Links: Nasrallah Concedes Defeat in Lebanon, Brown Urged to Step Down in the U.K.

A roundup of links to local stories of global importance from around the world.

Jun 8th, 2009 | Comments

World Links: Ethnic Violence in Karachi, Britian Ends Combat Operations in Iraq

A roundup of links to local stories of global importance from around the world.

Apr 30th, 2009 | Comments

World Links: Pakistani Military in Buner, 7/7 Suspects Cleared in the U.K.

A roundup of links to local stories of global importance from around the world.

Apr 28th, 2009 | Comments

Red Lines and Deadlines: Press Freedom Around the World

The main lesson to be drawn from the 2008 RSF report is that, “It is not economic prosperity but peace that guarantees press freedom."

Oct 27th, 2008 | Comments

Growing Up Global: Introduction

Ten years ago, filmmaker Bruno Sorrentino began recording the lives of eight newborn babies from around the world. In 1992, world leaders met in Brazil for the Earth Summit on sustainable development. There they made plans and promises to conquer the global problems of overpopulation, over-consumption and poverty. In the ten years since, Sorrentino has revisited the children repeatedly and recorded how their lives have been affected by the issues discussed at Rio.

Aug 29th, 2002 | Comments

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