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Auction for 18th century viola starts at $45 million

"Strads" are known for their masterful craftsmanship.

Auction for 18th century viola starts at $45 million

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Brazil confronts dengue fever fears amid World Cup frenzy

Dengue fever is a disease with no cure that has long been a problem in Brazil.

Brazil confronts dengue fever fears amid World Cup frenzy

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Kurdistan remains oasis of calm amid Iraq tumult

Matt Bradley of the Wall Street Journal joins Hari Sreenivasan via Skype.

Kurdistan remains oasis of calm amid Iraq tumult

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Swordfishing practices under scrutiny on California's coast

NewsHour Weekend special correspondent John Carlos Frey reports from California's coast.

Swordfishing practices under scrutiny on California's coast

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Violinmaker uses CT scans, 3D lasers to hone craft

Samuel Zygmuntowicz has been crafting stringed instruments for about 30 years.

Violinmaker uses CT scans, 3D lasers to hone craft

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What are America's military options in Iraq?

Janine Davidson of the Council on Foreign Relations joins Hari Sreenivasan in New York.

What are America's military options in Iraq?

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