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Experience news like you've never seen it before. World Report is redefining the way we look at our world. Provocative, sometimes controversial, and always relevant, World Report tells important stories of our time in-depth, with attitude, and with independence.

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Experience news like you've never seen it before. World Report is redefining the way we look at our world. Provocative, sometimes controversial, and always relevant, World Report tells important stories of our time in-depth, with attitude, and with independence.

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    The Dark Side of Economic Growth: Payatas; Easing the Air Traffic Control Crunch; Obama and Huckabee: In Their Own Words

    Thousands live, work, play, and pray in a sprawling garbage dump. As third-world cities experience explosive growth, sub-cultures sprout up on their edges, living on the remains. But this may be what upward mobility looks like. Next, the latest technology designed to help ease the seemingly endless delays and cancellations by airlines. Finally, Barack Obama and Mike Huckabee, "In Their Own Words."

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    Thousands live, work, play, and pray in a sprawling garbage dump. As third-world cities experience explosive growth, sub-cultures sprout up on their edges, living on the remains. But this may be what upward mobility looks like. Next, the latest technology designed to help ease the seemingly endless delays and cancellations by airlines. Finally, Barack Obama and Mike Huckabee, "In Their Own Words."

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    Making Green by Going Green; A New SUV Tax?; TimeLine: Cuba

    They've replaced old, dying industries with cutting edge, environmentally friendly manufacturing. They're now a world leader, and the U.S. is lagging far behind. How did this happen, and what can be done? Next, the mayor of London has imposed a big (some say draconian) tax on the use of SUVs in the central city. It is in the name of clean air, but is it fair? Will U.S. cities follow suit? Finally, with Fidel Castro ailing, and Cuba's economy failing, what is next for America's nemesis in the Caribbean? A World Report 'Timeline.'

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    They've replaced old, dying industries with cutting edge, environmentally friendly manufacturing. They're now a world leader, and the U.S. is lagging far behind. How did this happen, and what can be done? Next, the mayor of London has imposed a big (some say draconian) tax on the use of SUVs in the central city. It is in the name of clean air, but is it fair? Will U.S. cities follow suit? Finally, with Fidel Castro ailing, and Cuba's economy failing, what is next for America's nemesis in the Caribbean? A World Report 'Timeline.'

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    Putin Youth: Rise of the New Russian Nationalists; The Teen Suicide Epidemic

    Just what are these kids learning, and what are they willing to do for Mother Russia? Next, World Report is on the Golden Gate Bridge as a young person takes his own life... we ask, why do so many teens commit suicide? One U.S. Senator, touched by tragedy, is hoping to help combat what experts say is an epidemic.

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    Just what are these kids learning, and what are they willing to do for Mother Russia? Next, World Report is on the Golden Gate Bridge as a young person takes his own life... we ask, why do so many teens commit suicide? One U.S. Senator, touched by tragedy, is hoping to help combat what experts say is an epidemic.

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    The Military's Fatal Delays; Here Comes the Sun

    Last year, Paul Solman examined the huge delays soldiers face in getting vital equipment at the front -- why does it take years to get critical big and small-ticket items? We examined the case of the MRAP, an armored troop carrier. Now, a new Pentagon study says that the delay we reported on cost many American lives. Plus, how residents of one town, in the shadows for centuries, made their long winter just a little more bearable.

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    Last year, Paul Solman examined the huge delays soldiers face in getting vital equipment at the front -- why does it take years to get critical big and small-ticket items? We examined the case of the MRAP, an armored troop carrier. Now, a new Pentagon study says that the delay we reported on cost many American lives. Plus, how residents of one town, in the shadows for centuries, made their long winter just a little more bearable.

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    Public Housing In New Orleans; Uranium Mining: Vital for the Future, But Not In My Backyard!

    Then, in the American West, there is a new rush -- this time for uranium rather than gold. The push for nuclear energy is making uranium precious, and as the price rises, efforts to get it out of the ground intensify. That's where the trouble starts. Many are saying, 'Not in my backyard!' But what some people are discovering is they don't have a say, even if it is literally in their backyards.

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    Then, in the American West, there is a new rush -- this time for uranium rather than gold. The push for nuclear energy is making uranium precious, and as the price rises, efforts to get it out of the ground intensify. That's where the trouble starts. Many are saying, 'Not in my backyard!' But what some people are discovering is they don't have a say, even if it is literally in their backyards.

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    In a Heartbeat: Life-or-Death Choices; Rising Homelessness In New Orleans: One Solution; Mexico's "Dentistas"

    Then, New Orleans' critical housing shortage has pushed thousands of families onto the streets. The homeless population is now double what it was before Hurricane Katrina, but even as the crisis grows, it sparks innovative, promising solutions that could prove a beacon to other cities. Then, the rise of the Mexican dentistas: Americans are running for the border in record numbers-for dental care, but 'is it safe?'

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    Then, New Orleans' critical housing shortage has pushed thousands of families onto the streets. The homeless population is now double what it was before Hurricane Katrina, but even as the crisis grows, it sparks innovative, promising solutions that could prove a beacon to other cities. Then, the rise of the Mexican dentistas: Americans are running for the border in record numbers-for dental care, but 'is it safe?'

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    A Silent War, A Violent Peace: Uganda's Child Soldiers; The Forgotten War: Fighting Terror In the Philippines

    Correspondent Kira Kay and producer Jason Maloney examine how the decades-long civil war in Uganda has brutalized children, who are often kidnapped and forced to fight as mercenaries. Next, World Report is in the remote jungles of the southern Philippines to look at the Philippine military's war against Abu Sayyaf guerrillas. American Special Forces are there, quietly but effectively supporting their mission, against a reputed Al-Qaeda affiliate. We have unprecedented access inside the "forgotten front."

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    Correspondent Kira Kay and producer Jason Maloney examine how the decades-long civil war in Uganda has brutalized children, who are often kidnapped and forced to fight as mercenaries. Next, World Report is in the remote jungles of the southern Philippines to look at the Philippine military's war against Abu Sayyaf guerrillas. American Special Forces are there, quietly but effectively supporting their mission, against a reputed Al-Qaeda affiliate. We have unprecedented access inside the "forgotten front."

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    Genocide: Who Cares?; Venezuela: Hugo Chavez's Black Magic

    Always necessary are the silent onlookers, who do little to stop it. One scientist is trying to answer that question, and figure out what to do about it. Next, HDNet World Report takes viewers deep inside a secret world in Venezuela showing how President Hugo Chavez mixes a brew of government handouts, superstition and religion to extend his anti-US influence throughout Latin America.

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    Always necessary are the silent onlookers, who do little to stop it. One scientist is trying to answer that question, and figure out what to do about it. Next, HDNet World Report takes viewers deep inside a secret world in Venezuela showing how President Hugo Chavez mixes a brew of government handouts, superstition and religion to extend his anti-US influence throughout Latin America.

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    The Medicine Man: Can He Find the Next Cure?; White Clay, Nebraska, Pine Ridge Reservation and Alcohol; Big Bang: Unregulated Explosives

    It's been farmed by Peruvians for thousands of years, and may prove to be the next billion-dollar miracle cure. Then, Greg Dobbs reports from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, where elders banned liquor because of an epidemic of alcoholism. Trouble is, they can't stop white store owners from selling 6-packs right across the border. And finally, it is a powerful explosive, that is completely unregulated and available, with no background check, on the internet. How is this possible in this day and age?

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    It's been farmed by Peruvians for thousands of years, and may prove to be the next billion-dollar miracle cure. Then, Greg Dobbs reports from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, where elders banned liquor because of an epidemic of alcoholism. Trouble is, they can't stop white store owners from selling 6-packs right across the border. And finally, it is a powerful explosive, that is completely unregulated and available, with no background check, on the internet. How is this possible in this day and age?

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    Saving Michael Vick's Dogs; In Fear and Forgotten: Iraqis Who Helped the US; The Funky Friars: Catholicism's New Groove

    Some say they should be put to sleep, but families we met say adoption is the better option. Is that safe? Next, Iraqis who supported US goals for their homeland, and helped Americans, are now being hunted down by insurgents. They're pleading for asylum in the United States, but the vast majority are finding the doors to the U.S. shut tight. Finally, the 'Funky Friars.' How one religious order is breathing new life into a 2000 year-old church.

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    Some say they should be put to sleep, but families we met say adoption is the better option. Is that safe? Next, Iraqis who supported US goals for their homeland, and helped Americans, are now being hunted down by insurgents. They're pleading for asylum in the United States, but the vast majority are finding the doors to the U.S. shut tight. Finally, the 'Funky Friars.' How one religious order is breathing new life into a 2000 year-old church.

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    New Orleans' Toxic Trash: Turning Wetlands to Wasteland?; The Lost Boys: Outcasts from a Polygamist Cult; Charlie Sifford

    World Report investigates the noxious threat from post-Katrina cleanup. Then, boys cast out from their polygamous sect. What were their lives like inside this closed world, and who will help them now? Finally, we meet a man who in many ways made Tiger Woods possible. Charlie Sifford is for golf what Jackie Robinson was in baseball. He broke the color barrier, but only at great personal cost. As all eyes turn to Augusta, Georgia, for the Masters, we have a candid interview with Charlie Sifford about race, sports and what can and can't be forgiven.

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    World Report investigates the noxious threat from post-Katrina cleanup. Then, boys cast out from their polygamous sect. What were their lives like inside this closed world, and who will help them now? Finally, we meet a man who in many ways made Tiger Woods possible. Charlie Sifford is for golf what Jackie Robinson was in baseball. He broke the color barrier, but only at great personal cost. As all eyes turn to Augusta, Georgia, for the Masters, we have a candid interview with Charlie Sifford about race, sports and what can and can't be forgiven.

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    Making Green By Going Green; A New SUV Tax?; BAM: The Concussion Epidemic In Kids; Viewfinder: The Earth from Space

    Denmark has replaced dying industries with cutting edge, environmentally friendly manufacturing. They're now a world leader, and the U.S. is lagging far behind. How did this happen, and what can be done? Next, the mayor of London has imposed a big (some say draconian) tax on the use of SUVs in the central city. It is in the name of clean air, but is it fair? Next, concussions in kids' sports. It's happening more and more, and the consequences can be devastating. But many schools aren't equipped to handle them. An innovative new program is aiming to change that. Finally, an Earth Day Viewfinder -- extraordinary new images of our planet in HD, as captured by NASA astronauts.

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    Denmark has replaced dying industries with cutting edge, environmentally friendly manufacturing. They're now a world leader, and the U.S. is lagging far behind. How did this happen, and what can be done? Next, the mayor of London has imposed a big (some say draconian) tax on the use of SUVs in the central city. It is in the name of clean air, but is it fair? Next, concussions in kids' sports. It's happening more and more, and the consequences can be devastating. But many schools aren't equipped to handle them. An innovative new program is aiming to change that. Finally, an Earth Day Viewfinder -- extraordinary new images of our planet in HD, as captured by NASA astronauts.

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    Untreated Casualties: The Military's Suicide Epidemic; Viewfinder: A Student's Eclectic Visions

    It has become a terrible trend -- suicides up some 20% last year; since the Iraq war began, a six-fold increase in suicide attempts. Experts say that Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a major cause, and that soldiers in crisis aren't getting the help that they need from the military or the VA. Dobbs talks to two soldiers who attempted suicide, and the family of a marine reservist who took his own life. They say he was denied treatment for what was obviously PTSD. The Pentagon argues that PTSD isn't even a major factor in the rising suicide rates. These men and women are the 'untreated casualties' of war. On a lighter note, we visit with an extraordinary young man named Ross Ching, who is making beautiful films, in his spare time between classes. It's a World Report 'Viewfinder.'

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    It has become a terrible trend -- suicides up some 20% last year; since the Iraq war began, a six-fold increase in suicide attempts. Experts say that Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a major cause, and that soldiers in crisis aren't getting the help that they need from the military or the VA. Dobbs talks to two soldiers who attempted suicide, and the family of a marine reservist who took his own life. They say he was denied treatment for what was obviously PTSD. The Pentagon argues that PTSD isn't even a major factor in the rising suicide rates. These men and women are the 'untreated casualties' of war. On a lighter note, we visit with an extraordinary young man named Ross Ching, who is making beautiful films, in his spare time between classes. It's a World Report 'Viewfinder.'

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    Reno 911: Bracing for the Big One?; Serving Life: Inside Infamous Angola Prison

    Scientists aren't sure if these quakes are a lead-up to a big one, or just a seismic nuisance. Some people aren't taking any chances. Next, we visit Angola State Penitentiary in Louisiana, where the warden is resorting to unusual methods to keep the inmates in line. It's necessary, he says, when so many of the prisoners are serving life, and getting so old. Finally, an encore presentation: a modern-day medicine man high atop the Andes, searching for a little-known, powerful plant. It's been farmed by Peruvians for thousands of years, and may prove to be the next billion-dollar "miracle cure."

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    Scientists aren't sure if these quakes are a lead-up to a big one, or just a seismic nuisance. Some people aren't taking any chances. Next, we visit Angola State Penitentiary in Louisiana, where the warden is resorting to unusual methods to keep the inmates in line. It's necessary, he says, when so many of the prisoners are serving life, and getting so old. Finally, an encore presentation: a modern-day medicine man high atop the Andes, searching for a little-known, powerful plant. It's been farmed by Peruvians for thousands of years, and may prove to be the next billion-dollar "miracle cure."

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    Olympic Danger: Are Athletes At Risk?; The Rise of the Russian Minigarchs; Drug Wars In Our National Forests

    Elite athletes adjust expectations and training - some even drop their signature events - to compete in some of the worst air pollution on earth. The International Olympic Committee and the Chinese say the air will be clean enough. But are they telling the truth? Then, the rich and beautiful have found a new home: Moscow. World Report follows the unexpected rise of the Russian Minigarchs, and looks at how they wield power in a re-emerging superpower. Finally, Jeffrey Kaye is on the front-lines of the War on Drugs, with armed eradication teams in remote mountains destroying millions of dollars worth of marijuana plants. Incredibly, these plants are being grown in our national forests!

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    Elite athletes adjust expectations and training - some even drop their signature events - to compete in some of the worst air pollution on earth. The International Olympic Committee and the Chinese say the air will be clean enough. But are they telling the truth? Then, the rich and beautiful have found a new home: Moscow. World Report follows the unexpected rise of the Russian Minigarchs, and looks at how they wield power in a re-emerging superpower. Finally, Jeffrey Kaye is on the front-lines of the War on Drugs, with armed eradication teams in remote mountains destroying millions of dollars worth of marijuana plants. Incredibly, these plants are being grown in our national forests!

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    India's Rising Middle Class: A Threat to the U.S.?; Tourism Time Bomb; NASA Gets Ready for the Moon

    In 1980 there were 65 million middle class Indians. Today, 300 million (as many as the entire population of the U.S.). By 2020 that number could double to 600 million. All of those consumers will be buying cars, houses, using fuel; in other words, living like Americans. In a word of limited resources, what does that mean for us? Many think higher prices and possibly a lower standard of living. What can be done? Next, how will the rise of millions of new leisure travelers affect popular tourist destinations? Finally, new gear for NASA's coming trips to the moon.

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    In 1980 there were 65 million middle class Indians. Today, 300 million (as many as the entire population of the U.S.). By 2020 that number could double to 600 million. All of those consumers will be buying cars, houses, using fuel; in other words, living like Americans. In a word of limited resources, what does that mean for us? Many think higher prices and possibly a lower standard of living. What can be done? Next, how will the rise of millions of new leisure travelers affect popular tourist destinations? Finally, new gear for NASA's coming trips to the moon.

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    Strange Bedfellows: New Alliances In the Fight Over Immigration; The Dark Side of Economic Growth: Payatas; Ice on Mars!

    But now, an unlikely coalition of business leaders and immigrant rights groups are now fighting for a change to these laws in Arizona. Next, correspondent Paul Beban takes us on a harrowing journey to a massive slum called Payatas that is dependent on the detritus of humanity. Thousands live, work, play, and pray in a sprawling garbage dump. Is this what upward mobility looks like? Finally, a potentially huge discovery by NASA's Phoenix spacecraft. While digging on the 'Red Planet,' it has discovered what scientists believe to be ice!

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    But now, an unlikely coalition of business leaders and immigrant rights groups are now fighting for a change to these laws in Arizona. Next, correspondent Paul Beban takes us on a harrowing journey to a massive slum called Payatas that is dependent on the detritus of humanity. Thousands live, work, play, and pray in a sprawling garbage dump. Is this what upward mobility looks like? Finally, a potentially huge discovery by NASA's Phoenix spacecraft. While digging on the 'Red Planet,' it has discovered what scientists believe to be ice!

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    The Silent Epidemic: Diabetes In Kids; The Iraq War and Untreated Casualties

    Now, diabetes is striking unprecedented numbers of Americans, and most troubling, record numbers of kids. Next, American soldiers and untreated casualties from the Iraq war. Snce the war began, there has been a six-fold increase in suicide attempts.

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    Now, diabetes is striking unprecedented numbers of Americans, and most troubling, record numbers of kids. Next, American soldiers and untreated casualties from the Iraq war. Snce the war began, there has been a six-fold increase in suicide attempts.

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    "Can Do:" Prostitutes Take Charge; Worn Welcome: Sweden's Fraying Welcome Mat; The Front Lines of Global Warming

    Now, some sex workers are fighting back in ways you wouldn't expect. Then, can Sweden's open door immigration policy survive a new wave of Muslim immigration? An influx of war refugees is transforming the country, and the economic and political strains are causing Swedes to rethink the generous welcome they give newcomers. Finally, we visit three towns in remotest Alaska. Home to native Alaskan tribes for centuries, these towns are now literally disappearing due to climate change. The residents want to move to higher ground, but need someone else to pay the billions it will take to do so.

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    Now, some sex workers are fighting back in ways you wouldn't expect. Then, can Sweden's open door immigration policy survive a new wave of Muslim immigration? An influx of war refugees is transforming the country, and the economic and political strains are causing Swedes to rethink the generous welcome they give newcomers. Finally, we visit three towns in remotest Alaska. Home to native Alaskan tribes for centuries, these towns are now literally disappearing due to climate change. The residents want to move to higher ground, but need someone else to pay the billions it will take to do so.

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    Operation Purple: A New Way for Soldiers' Kids to Cope; World Report Index: Longevity; Stem Cell Treatments In China

    Next, the debut of the "World Report Index". This week: which countries top the list for life expectancy? And what's the secret to staying vibrant and healthy well past 100? Also, a report on why people are fleeing to China to experiment with stem cell treatments they can't get in the U.S. Everything from MS to Alzheimers and blindness are researched.

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    Next, the debut of the "World Report Index". This week: which countries top the list for life expectancy? And what's the secret to staying vibrant and healthy well past 100? Also, a report on why people are fleeing to China to experiment with stem cell treatments they can't get in the U.S. Everything from MS to Alzheimers and blindness are researched.

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    Mavericks: Bob Barr; Moving Museum; Saving Michael Vick's Dogs

    World Report contributor Jennifer London talks exclusively with this 'Maverick.' Next, how do you move penguins, ants, sharks, and thousands of other animals and biological specimen? Carefully, very carefully. That's what the California Academy of Science is doing as they move into their stunning new home in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Also, what happened to the dogs that survived the beatings from former NFL quaterback, Michael Vick's vicious dog-fighting ring?

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    World Report contributor Jennifer London talks exclusively with this 'Maverick.' Next, how do you move penguins, ants, sharks, and thousands of other animals and biological specimen? Carefully, very carefully. That's what the California Academy of Science is doing as they move into their stunning new home in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Also, what happened to the dogs that survived the beatings from former NFL quaterback, Michael Vick's vicious dog-fighting ring?

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    Inside Georgia As Russia Attacks; Indians vs. U.S.: An Update; Beyond Belief: Chinese Muslims

    We look beyond the Georgian-Russian military story, at the roots of this conflict, America's involvement, and whether it might lead to a bigger, more dangerous fight. Next, American Indians are at war with the federal government over billions of dollars in oil and gas revenue. They say they're the victims of government mismanagement and fraud. A federal judge has now ruled for the Indians, but will they ever see any money? Finally, with the Olympics in full-swing, and Muslim separatists in Western China stepping up attacks against the government, we take a look at Islam in China. It is the latest installment of our 'Beyond Belief: The Changing Face of Religion' series.

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    We look beyond the Georgian-Russian military story, at the roots of this conflict, America's involvement, and whether it might lead to a bigger, more dangerous fight. Next, American Indians are at war with the federal government over billions of dollars in oil and gas revenue. They say they're the victims of government mismanagement and fraud. A federal judge has now ruled for the Indians, but will they ever see any money? Finally, with the Olympics in full-swing, and Muslim separatists in Western China stepping up attacks against the government, we take a look at Islam in China. It is the latest installment of our 'Beyond Belief: The Changing Face of Religion' series.

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    Inside the Mind of a Terrorist; Mavericks: The Cartoon Politician; World Report Index: The Ho Chi Minh "Golf" Trail

    Samir Kantar was recently released from an Israeli jail as part of a prisoner swap with Hezbollah. Why was he released, and is he still a threat? Next, Paul Beban introduces us to a political maverick, a candidate in Kansas who has changed the way local campaigns are run with a cartoon! Finally, a World Report Index. During the Vietnam War, the Ho Chi Minh Trail allowed the North Vietnamese and the Viet Cong to secretly supply millions of soldiers with guns and ammo to fight American soldiers. Now, the Trail is crawling with Americans playing golf! It is a unique strategy to lure tourists to the new Vietnam.

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    Samir Kantar was recently released from an Israeli jail as part of a prisoner swap with Hezbollah. Why was he released, and is he still a threat? Next, Paul Beban introduces us to a political maverick, a candidate in Kansas who has changed the way local campaigns are run with a cartoon! Finally, a World Report Index. During the Vietnam War, the Ho Chi Minh Trail allowed the North Vietnamese and the Viet Cong to secretly supply millions of soldiers with guns and ammo to fight American soldiers. Now, the Trail is crawling with Americans playing golf! It is a unique strategy to lure tourists to the new Vietnam.

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    The New Cold War; Index: Top 5 Green Innovations; Viewfinder: Ross Ching

    Next, a lighter turn as correspondent Paul Beban takes a look at the business of "green" in the latest edition of the World Report Index. Paul's gone searching for cooler, more cutting-edge stuff than recycled paper and Priuses, and crowns the top-5 green innovations. Finally, a World Report Viewfinder -- the series that looks at the world through the eyes of HD filmmakers. This week, we visit an extraordinary young man named Ross Ching, who is making beautiful films in his spare time between classes.

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    Next, a lighter turn as correspondent Paul Beban takes a look at the business of "green" in the latest edition of the World Report Index. Paul's gone searching for cooler, more cutting-edge stuff than recycled paper and Priuses, and crowns the top-5 green innovations. Finally, a World Report Viewfinder -- the series that looks at the world through the eyes of HD filmmakers. This week, we visit an extraordinary young man named Ross Ching, who is making beautiful films in his spare time between classes.

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    A Battle for Water: Coca-Cola vs. India's Farmers

    World Report travels to India to explore the real cost of bottling The Real Thing. Then, Arizona has passed a slew of tough new laws that target illegal immigrants and the employers that hire them. But now, an unlikely coalition of business leaders and immigrant rights groups are now fighting for a change to the laws. And finally, World Report gets behind the wheel and under the hood of a natural gas car. It runs cheaper and burns cleaner, but does one belong in your garage?

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    World Report travels to India to explore the real cost of bottling The Real Thing. Then, Arizona has passed a slew of tough new laws that target illegal immigrants and the employers that hire them. But now, an unlikely coalition of business leaders and immigrant rights groups are now fighting for a change to the laws. And finally, World Report gets behind the wheel and under the hood of a natural gas car. It runs cheaper and burns cleaner, but does one belong in your garage?

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    La Oroya: A Poisoned Town, a Billionaire's Profit.**

    The Peruvian children also have twice the arsenic and 6 times the cadmium than the average American child. The landscape, scoured by toxic rain, looks like a moonscape. Who is responsible for the reprehensible conditions? Correspondent Mick Davie traveled to Peru to find out, and learned that the metal processing plant is owned by an American billionaire who promised to clean up the factory, but who many say has only made things worse.

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    The Peruvian children also have twice the arsenic and 6 times the cadmium than the average American child. The landscape, scoured by toxic rain, looks like a moonscape. Who is responsible for the reprehensible conditions? Correspondent Mick Davie traveled to Peru to find out, and learned that the metal processing plant is owned by an American billionaire who promised to clean up the factory, but who many say has only made things worse.

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    Bill Gates and the Indian Eunuchs

    Next, we visit three towns in remotest Alaska. Home to native Alaskan tribes for centuries, these towns are now literally disappearing due to climate change. The residents want to move to higher ground, but need someone else to pay the billions it will take to do so. Finally, on the 40th anniversary of the Tet Offensive, we examine the evolving Vietnam, and its relationship with the U.S.

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    Next, we visit three towns in remotest Alaska. Home to native Alaskan tribes for centuries, these towns are now literally disappearing due to climate change. The residents want to move to higher ground, but need someone else to pay the billions it will take to do so. Finally, on the 40th anniversary of the Tet Offensive, we examine the evolving Vietnam, and its relationship with the U.S.

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    An Author's Take: Alexandra Fuller On the Energy Boom In the Heart of America's West; Can Do:" Prostitutes Take Charge; A First-Ever View of Planet Mercury

    Oil and gas is booming in cowboy country, with consequences for towns, wildlife and tradition. Fuller, originally from Africa, is leading a movement to preserve a uniquely American way of life. Then, World Report is in the back alleys of Thailand, a country that depends on the billions that sex tourism brings in every year. Now, some sex workers are fighting back in ways you wouldn't expect. And first-ever views of the planet closest to the sun, Mercury.

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    Oil and gas is booming in cowboy country, with consequences for towns, wildlife and tradition. Fuller, originally from Africa, is leading a movement to preserve a uniquely American way of life. Then, World Report is in the back alleys of Thailand, a country that depends on the billions that sex tourism brings in every year. Now, some sex workers are fighting back in ways you wouldn't expect. And first-ever views of the planet closest to the sun, Mercury.

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    Miracle In Malawi; Mavericks: Sean Tevis; Haiti

    Next, Paul Beban introduces us to a real political maverick, a candidate in Kansas who has changed the way local campaigns are run -- with a cartoon! Finally, Haiti. After four consecutive hurricanes battered it this summer, we check in with the extraordinary men and women who are struggling to provide relief, and the rays of hope that are appearing against all odds.

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    Next, Paul Beban introduces us to a real political maverick, a candidate in Kansas who has changed the way local campaigns are run -- with a cartoon! Finally, Haiti. After four consecutive hurricanes battered it this summer, we check in with the extraordinary men and women who are struggling to provide relief, and the rays of hope that are appearing against all odds.

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    The Real Life "Big Love;" Helping Haiti After a Season of Hurricanes; Mavericks: Sean Tevis

    World Report was allowed rare access into the lives of "independent" polygamist families who lead outwardly 'normal' lives in quiet suburban communities, ordinary people with an extraordinary secret. Next, we are back in Haiti, which was pummeled this year by four hurricanes. A group of volunteers is trying to stave off a humanitarian catastrophe and Haiti's president is pleading for help. Finally, Paul Beban introduces us to a political maverick, a candidate in Kansas who has changed the way local campaigns are run, with a cartoon!

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    World Report was allowed rare access into the lives of "independent" polygamist families who lead outwardly 'normal' lives in quiet suburban communities, ordinary people with an extraordinary secret. Next, we are back in Haiti, which was pummeled this year by four hurricanes. A group of volunteers is trying to stave off a humanitarian catastrophe and Haiti's president is pleading for help. Finally, Paul Beban introduces us to a political maverick, a candidate in Kansas who has changed the way local campaigns are run, with a cartoon!

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    Untreated Casualties, Pt. 2; Drill, Baby, Drill? Inside Offshore Drilling; Viewfinder: Vietnam's Infamous Tunnels

    The Defense Department has initiated an aggressive new program to help the huge numbers of soldiers who come back from Iraq and Afghanistan with PTSD. Next, we are in the Santa Barbara Channel off the coast of California. Offshore drilling was a big campaign issue, and will be one of the first big issues confronting the new Obama administration. Oil men say new technology has made drilling safer than ever before. Finally, a World Report Viewfinder, inside the tunnels that the Viet Cong used during the Vietnam war to move supplies and launch attacks.

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    The Defense Department has initiated an aggressive new program to help the huge numbers of soldiers who come back from Iraq and Afghanistan with PTSD. Next, we are in the Santa Barbara Channel off the coast of California. Offshore drilling was a big campaign issue, and will be one of the first big issues confronting the new Obama administration. Oil men say new technology has made drilling safer than ever before. Finally, a World Report Viewfinder, inside the tunnels that the Viet Cong used during the Vietnam war to move supplies and launch attacks.

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    Human Guinea Pigs, Miracle In Malawi, Shuttle Endeavour

    This has led to a new profession -- human "guinea pigs" who travel all over the country, allowing themselves to be poked and prodded in the name of science. But big ethical questions are being raised, as are questions about safety. Paul Beban goes inside with the "guinea piggers." Next, Greg Dobbs has the latest on Shuttle Endeavour's 15 day mission to the International Space Station. And finally, Leslie Boghosian is in the perennially impoverished African nation of Malawi, where the government has launched a program that, despite initial opposition from the World Bank and many industrialized nations, seems to be highly effective. They are now not only feeding their own people, but they're exporting food, too. What's their secret?

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    This has led to a new profession -- human "guinea pigs" who travel all over the country, allowing themselves to be poked and prodded in the name of science. But big ethical questions are being raised, as are questions about safety. Paul Beban goes inside with the "guinea piggers." Next, Greg Dobbs has the latest on Shuttle Endeavour's 15 day mission to the International Space Station. And finally, Leslie Boghosian is in the perennially impoverished African nation of Malawi, where the government has launched a program that, despite initial opposition from the World Bank and many industrialized nations, seems to be highly effective. They are now not only feeding their own people, but they're exporting food, too. What's their secret?

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    The Russia-Georgia Conflict: Who's Really to Blame? Natural Gas Cars: Cleaner, but Better? Mavericks: How a Retiree Is Feeding the World

    We were in Georgia when the fighting started, and take a fresh look at a foreign policy quandary that's still unfolding. Then, correspondent Greg Dobbs gets behind the wheel and under the hood of a natural gas car. It runs cheaper and burns cleaner, but does one belong in your garage? Finally, we're in Haiti to catch up with a World Report Maverick, a Minnesota retiree whose desire to help hungry kids will lead to 40 million meals delivered around the world this year alone.

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    We were in Georgia when the fighting started, and take a fresh look at a foreign policy quandary that's still unfolding. Then, correspondent Greg Dobbs gets behind the wheel and under the hood of a natural gas car. It runs cheaper and burns cleaner, but does one belong in your garage? Finally, we're in Haiti to catch up with a World Report Maverick, a Minnesota retiree whose desire to help hungry kids will lead to 40 million meals delivered around the world this year alone.

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    The Real Cost of Making the Real Thing: TimeLine: Vietnam Now; The Real Life; 'Big Love'

    World Report travels to India to explore the real cost of bottling The Real Thing. To many, polygamy conjures images of secluded compounds with women in 19th century prairie dresses. But that's not how many polygamists live. World Report was allowed rare access into the lives of "independent" polygamist families who lead outwardly normal lives in quiet suburban communities. Finally, on the 40th anniversary of the Tet Offensive, we examine the evolving Vietnam and its relationship with the U.S.

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    World Report travels to India to explore the real cost of bottling The Real Thing. To many, polygamy conjures images of secluded compounds with women in 19th century prairie dresses. But that's not how many polygamists live. World Report was allowed rare access into the lives of "independent" polygamist families who lead outwardly normal lives in quiet suburban communities. Finally, on the 40th anniversary of the Tet Offensive, we examine the evolving Vietnam and its relationship with the U.S.

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    Heart of Darkness: Inside One of the World's Most Fertile Terrorist Recruiting Grounds; World Report Index: The Ho Chi Minh (Golf) Trail; Moon Toys

    Next, during the Vietnam War, the Ho Chi Minh Trail allowed the North Vietnamese and the Viet Cong to secretly supply millions of soldiers with guns and ammo to fight American soldiers. Now, the Trail is crawling with Americans playing golf! It is a unique strategy to lure tourists to the new Vietnam. Finally, new gear for NASA's coming trips to the moon.

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    Next, during the Vietnam War, the Ho Chi Minh Trail allowed the North Vietnamese and the Viet Cong to secretly supply millions of soldiers with guns and ammo to fight American soldiers. Now, the Trail is crawling with Americans playing golf! It is a unique strategy to lure tourists to the new Vietnam. Finally, new gear for NASA's coming trips to the moon.

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    The Best of World Report 2008

    From the front lines of the war between Russia and Georgia, to the battle here at home for better medical treatment for our veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. The most compelling stories and people of 2008.

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    From the front lines of the war between Russia and Georgia, to the battle here at home for better medical treatment for our veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. The most compelling stories and people of 2008.

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    The Ten Commandments vs. the 'Seven Aphorisms', and the Supreme Court; Bill Gates and the Indian Eunuchs; World Report Index: Celebrity Giving

    Correspondent Jennifer London reports on the controversy that pits the Ten Commandments against the 'Seven Aphorisms.' Next, an unlikely partnership is fighting AIDS and infanticide in India. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is funding a group of Aravani. Indian men who undergo ritual castration to work in the rural Indian countryside. Correspondent Paul Beban leads us on an unusual journey. Finally, a WR Index on which celebrities give the most to charity? There's a big surprise in the top 5 and Greg Dobbs has a rare interview with him.

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    Correspondent Jennifer London reports on the controversy that pits the Ten Commandments against the 'Seven Aphorisms.' Next, an unlikely partnership is fighting AIDS and infanticide in India. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is funding a group of Aravani. Indian men who undergo ritual castration to work in the rural Indian countryside. Correspondent Paul Beban leads us on an unusual journey. Finally, a WR Index on which celebrities give the most to charity? There's a big surprise in the top 5 and Greg Dobbs has a rare interview with him.

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    Chimerica: US, China and the Global Economy; A Big Year for NASA; A Village All Their Own

    World Report explores 'Chimerica,' the interconnection between two economic superpowers, and the urgent solutions that are called for. Then, correspondent Greg Dobbs looks at what will be a tumultuous and important year for NASA. In the midst of international competition, budget pressures and a new administration, what's ahead for the space agency? And lastly, meet the women of Uganda's Friendship Village. With hard work and help from an American non-profit, these women have lifted themselves out of utter poverty and created a self-sustaining, hopeful community.

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    World Report explores 'Chimerica,' the interconnection between two economic superpowers, and the urgent solutions that are called for. Then, correspondent Greg Dobbs looks at what will be a tumultuous and important year for NASA. In the midst of international competition, budget pressures and a new administration, what's ahead for the space agency? And lastly, meet the women of Uganda's Friendship Village. With hard work and help from an American non-profit, these women have lifted themselves out of utter poverty and created a self-sustaining, hopeful community.

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    The Inauguration of Barack Obama; Mavericks: Pastor Joel Hunter; The U.S. Border Patrol, Convicts and the Mustangs

    We will air the oath of office, and the entire inaugural address, without interruption or commentary. Next, correspondent Paul Beban sits down with Pastor Joel Hunter. He draws over 10,000 to his sermons every week -- and thousands more online. But he also draws fire from his allies in the evangelical movement for working with Democrats. He's a World Report Maverick. Finally, a fascinating story about wild mustangs, taken from federal lands, trained by hardened criminals, then ridden by officers of the U.S. Border Patrol in some of our most rugged areas. They'll also be marching in the inaugural parade. Correspondent Carol McKinley explains.

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    We will air the oath of office, and the entire inaugural address, without interruption or commentary. Next, correspondent Paul Beban sits down with Pastor Joel Hunter. He draws over 10,000 to his sermons every week -- and thousands more online. But he also draws fire from his allies in the evangelical movement for working with Democrats. He's a World Report Maverick. Finally, a fascinating story about wild mustangs, taken from federal lands, trained by hardened criminals, then ridden by officers of the U.S. Border Patrol in some of our most rugged areas. They'll also be marching in the inaugural parade. Correspondent Carol McKinley explains.

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    • EPISODE 43

    Human Guinea Pigs; The Rise of the Russian Minigarchs; The Next New Orleans? A City Faces a Grim Prediction

    Big questions are being raised about the ethics and safety of this science. Then, tiny Denmark is making billions selling green technologies around the world. They've replaced dying industries with cutting edge, environmentally friendly manufacturing. They're now a world leader, and the U.S. is lagging far behind. How did this happen, and what can be done? Finally, Sacramento, California, is the most likely American city to suffer a Katrina-like flood. In fact, this state capital may be more exposed than New Orleans ever was. Correspondent Marla Tellez looks at the risks, and what's being done to minimize them.

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    Big questions are being raised about the ethics and safety of this science. Then, tiny Denmark is making billions selling green technologies around the world. They've replaced dying industries with cutting edge, environmentally friendly manufacturing. They're now a world leader, and the U.S. is lagging far behind. How did this happen, and what can be done? Finally, Sacramento, California, is the most likely American city to suffer a Katrina-like flood. In fact, this state capital may be more exposed than New Orleans ever was. Correspondent Marla Tellez looks at the risks, and what's being done to minimize them.

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    Moving Millions, Pt. 1: Race to the Bottom; The Land Where Monkeys Rule

    This week, "Race to the Bottom" examines what happens as big employers move in search of ever-cheaper labor. How does a place change when big companies move in? And what becomes of the communities left behind? Then, our World Report team is on a tiny island of free-roaming monkeys, devoted to primate research. The only problem is, some of the monkeys bite and carry a virus.

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    This week, "Race to the Bottom" examines what happens as big employers move in search of ever-cheaper labor. How does a place change when big companies move in? And what becomes of the communities left behind? Then, our World Report team is on a tiny island of free-roaming monkeys, devoted to primate research. The only problem is, some of the monkeys bite and carry a virus.

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    Moving Millions, Pt. 2: Fortress Europe; Bionic People

    Europe is now struggling with this phenomenon, too, and launching unprecedented efforts to keep undesirable migrants out. Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye travels to England, Poland, and the African nation of Senegal to see these efforts first hand. It's the second installment of our series on global migration, 'Moving Millions. Next, we examine the cutting edge technology in prosthetics, scientists are literally creating bionic men and women, many of whom lost limbs in Iraq.

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    Europe is now struggling with this phenomenon, too, and launching unprecedented efforts to keep undesirable migrants out. Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye travels to England, Poland, and the African nation of Senegal to see these efforts first hand. It's the second installment of our series on global migration, 'Moving Millions. Next, we examine the cutting edge technology in prosthetics, scientists are literally creating bionic men and women, many of whom lost limbs in Iraq.

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    Moving Millions, Part 3: A Modern-Day Slave State; Mavericks: Pastor Joel Hunter; Beyond Belief: Nigeria's Chrislam

    Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye is in Dubai, where an over-the-top luxurious skyline is under construction. But some of the foreign workers who make it possible are trapped in jobs that offer far less than promised, with no way to get home. Next, correspondent Paul Beban sits down with Pastor Joel Hunter. He draws over 10,000 to his sermons every week, and thousands more online. But he also draws fire from his allies in the evangelical movement for working with Democrats. He's a World Report Maverick. Then our series Beyond Belief is in Nigeria, where one church combines two religions: they call it "Chrislam."

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    Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye is in Dubai, where an over-the-top luxurious skyline is under construction. But some of the foreign workers who make it possible are trapped in jobs that offer far less than promised, with no way to get home. Next, correspondent Paul Beban sits down with Pastor Joel Hunter. He draws over 10,000 to his sermons every week, and thousands more online. But he also draws fire from his allies in the evangelical movement for working with Democrats. He's a World Report Maverick. Then our series Beyond Belief is in Nigeria, where one church combines two religions: they call it "Chrislam."

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    Vietnam's Lingering Ghost: Facing the Legacy of Agent Orange; A Village All Their Own

    Greg Dobbs traveled to Vietnam for a report that reveals hundreds of people, especially children born years after the war, suffer from grotesque, debilitating deformities, mental retardation and cancer. Many Vietnamese believe these conditions are a direct result of Agent Orange. Should the U.S. be doing more to help the children who are still suffering over 30 years after the war? Next, meet the women of Uganda's Friendship Village. With hard work and help from an American non-profit, these women have lifted themselves out of utter poverty and created a self-sustaining, hopeful community.

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    Greg Dobbs traveled to Vietnam for a report that reveals hundreds of people, especially children born years after the war, suffer from grotesque, debilitating deformities, mental retardation and cancer. Many Vietnamese believe these conditions are a direct result of Agent Orange. Should the U.S. be doing more to help the children who are still suffering over 30 years after the war? Next, meet the women of Uganda's Friendship Village. With hard work and help from an American non-profit, these women have lifted themselves out of utter poverty and created a self-sustaining, hopeful community.

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    Water Bringers: The West's Indonesia Experiment; The Real-Life 'Nacho Libre;' The U.S. Border Patrol, Convicts and the Mustangs

    Now, a western initiative is trying to bring clean water to more people in Indonesia, but to work, the effort must overcome poverty, corruption, and a resistant culture. Then, meet real-life 'Nacho Libres,' every-day guys who at night turn into masked heroes of Latino wrestling. Finally, a fascinating story about wild mustangs, taken from federal lands, trained by hardened criminals, then ridden by officers of the U.S. Border Patrol protecting some of our most rugged border areas. They even marched in the inaugural parade. Correspondent Carol McKinley explains.

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    Now, a western initiative is trying to bring clean water to more people in Indonesia, but to work, the effort must overcome poverty, corruption, and a resistant culture. Then, meet real-life 'Nacho Libres,' every-day guys who at night turn into masked heroes of Latino wrestling. Finally, a fascinating story about wild mustangs, taken from federal lands, trained by hardened criminals, then ridden by officers of the U.S. Border Patrol protecting some of our most rugged border areas. They even marched in the inaugural parade. Correspondent Carol McKinley explains.

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    The Big Dry: Global Warming and Australia's 2,000 Day Drought; Tagging L.A.: Art or Vandalism?; Space Shuttle Discovery

    "The Big Dry," as they call it, is threatening its entire agricultural way of life. Some say global warming, coupled with bad farming practices, are to blame, and Australia may be the first developed country to face massive upheaval because of climate change. Next, we are in Los Angeles with a group of taggers who use the whole city as a canvas for their graffiti. They call themselves artists, the police call them criminals. Who wins this battle will go a long way in determining what L.A. will look like in the future. And and update on the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery.

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    "The Big Dry," as they call it, is threatening its entire agricultural way of life. Some say global warming, coupled with bad farming practices, are to blame, and Australia may be the first developed country to face massive upheaval because of climate change. Next, we are in Los Angeles with a group of taggers who use the whole city as a canvas for their graffiti. They call themselves artists, the police call them criminals. Who wins this battle will go a long way in determining what L.A. will look like in the future. And and update on the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery.

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    • EPISODE 50

    Chimerica: US, China and the Global Economy; Moving Millions: A Modern-Day Slave State; Beyond Belief: Nigeria's Chrislam

    World Report explores Chimerica, the interconnection between two economic superpowers, and the urgent solutions that are called for. Then, as millions migrate around the globe in search of opportunity, some are finding only exploitation. Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye is in Dubai, where an over-the-top luxurious skyline is under construction. But some of the foreign workers who make it possible are trapped in jobs that offer far less than promised, with no way to get home. And finally, our series Beyond Belief is in Nigeria, where one church combines two religions: they call it "Chrislam."

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    World Report explores Chimerica, the interconnection between two economic superpowers, and the urgent solutions that are called for. Then, as millions migrate around the globe in search of opportunity, some are finding only exploitation. Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye is in Dubai, where an over-the-top luxurious skyline is under construction. But some of the foreign workers who make it possible are trapped in jobs that offer far less than promised, with no way to get home. And finally, our series Beyond Belief is in Nigeria, where one church combines two religions: they call it "Chrislam."

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    The Trouble with Russia: Is Our Space Program at Risk?; Bill Gates and the Indian Eunuchs; The Land Where Monkeys Rule

    When NASA's Space Shuttle program is retired next year, the U.S. will be relying on the Russian space agency to get into space and to the International Space Station for the next five years. What happens if the Russians use access to space as a diplomatic bargaining chip? Next, an encore presentation of our story "Bill Gates and the Indian Eunuchs," which was honored with a National Headliner Award. It's about an unlikely partnership fighting AIDS and infanticide in India. And finally, our World Report team is on a tiny island of free-roaming monkeys, devoted to primate research. The only problem is, some of the monkeys bite and carry a virus that's deadly to humans.

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    When NASA's Space Shuttle program is retired next year, the U.S. will be relying on the Russian space agency to get into space and to the International Space Station for the next five years. What happens if the Russians use access to space as a diplomatic bargaining chip? Next, an encore presentation of our story "Bill Gates and the Indian Eunuchs," which was honored with a National Headliner Award. It's about an unlikely partnership fighting AIDS and infanticide in India. And finally, our World Report team is on a tiny island of free-roaming monkeys, devoted to primate research. The only problem is, some of the monkeys bite and carry a virus that's deadly to humans.

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    Emergency: Hospitals on the Brink; Russia's Jewel: Religion and Nationalism in Tatarstan; Acid Attacks: Juliette's Story

    This safety net is fraying, and hospitals are scrambling to figure out ways not to cut care, while staying solvent. Next, we travel to Tatarstan, a republic in the heart of Russia. Unlike Chechnya, Tatarstan is a place where Christians and Muslims live in harmony. Oil wealth makes Tatarstan extremely important to Moscow, but now there are many who think that the Republic should breakaway from mother Russia. What's next for Tatarstan, Russia's jewel? Finally, the extraordinary words of a young woman who was, like so many women in Africa and Asia, the victim of an acid attack. She redefines hope and beauty.

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    This safety net is fraying, and hospitals are scrambling to figure out ways not to cut care, while staying solvent. Next, we travel to Tatarstan, a republic in the heart of Russia. Unlike Chechnya, Tatarstan is a place where Christians and Muslims live in harmony. Oil wealth makes Tatarstan extremely important to Moscow, but now there are many who think that the Republic should breakaway from mother Russia. What's next for Tatarstan, Russia's jewel? Finally, the extraordinary words of a young woman who was, like so many women in Africa and Asia, the victim of an acid attack. She redefines hope and beauty.

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    • EPISODE 53

    Vietnam's Lingering Ghost: Facing the Legacy of Agent Orange; Beyond Belief: Jesus of Siberia

    Greg Dobbs traveled to Vietnam and was allowed exclusive access to "hot zones" for a report that reveals hundreds of people especially children born years after the war suffer from debilitating deformities, mental retardation, and cancer. Many believe these conditions are a direct result of Agent Orange. Should the U.S. be doing more to help? Then, a journey into the wilds of Siberia, where a reclusive mystic claims he is Jesus Christ 5,000 people believe, and have given up everything to follow him. What is going on up there?

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    Greg Dobbs traveled to Vietnam and was allowed exclusive access to "hot zones" for a report that reveals hundreds of people especially children born years after the war suffer from debilitating deformities, mental retardation, and cancer. Many believe these conditions are a direct result of Agent Orange. Should the U.S. be doing more to help? Then, a journey into the wilds of Siberia, where a reclusive mystic claims he is Jesus Christ 5,000 people believe, and have given up everything to follow him. What is going on up there?

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    Justice On the Shelf: Untested Rape Kits; The Fashion Police; Food Security: Agriculture vs. Oil In Nigeria; Stunning Saturn: New Images from NASA

    A rape kit is a highly invasive and laborious process that aims to extract any DNA that the attacker has left behind. But despite the promise of justice, thousands of rape kits, possibly hundreds of thousands, sit on shelves, untouched, untested. World Report investigates. Next, in Italy, where image is everything, high fashion isn't only for the catwalks and the elite. You won't believe how good cops can look, and what they drive. Next we're in Africa, where oil wealth has led, ironically, to big deficiencies in the food supply. We'll tell you why. Finally, stunning new pictures of Saturn from the Cassini spacecraft.

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    A rape kit is a highly invasive and laborious process that aims to extract any DNA that the attacker has left behind. But despite the promise of justice, thousands of rape kits, possibly hundreds of thousands, sit on shelves, untouched, untested. World Report investigates. Next, in Italy, where image is everything, high fashion isn't only for the catwalks and the elite. You won't believe how good cops can look, and what they drive. Next we're in Africa, where oil wealth has led, ironically, to big deficiencies in the food supply. We'll tell you why. Finally, stunning new pictures of Saturn from the Cassini spacecraft.

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    Soccer Sickness: What's Killing Italian Footballers?; Water Bringers: The World Bank's Indonesia Experiment; Viewfinder: Mountain Gators

    Next, Greg Dobbs is in Indonesia, where 20% of child deaths are blamed on contaminated water. Now, a western initiative is trying to bring clean water to more people in Indonesia, but to work, the effort must overcome poverty, corruption, and a resistant culture.

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    Next, Greg Dobbs is in Indonesia, where 20% of child deaths are blamed on contaminated water. Now, a western initiative is trying to bring clean water to more people in Indonesia, but to work, the effort must overcome poverty, corruption, and a resistant culture.

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    Atlantis to Hubble: Most Dangerous Shuttle Mission Ever?; Moving Millions: Fortress Europe; Viewfinder: Honor Guards

    Next, in a personal journey, correspondent Jeffrey Kaye examines Europe's new efforts to control illegal immigration, from its own neighborhood all the way to the shores of Africa. Finally, in anticipation of Memorial Day, a World Report Viewfinder about a special group of veterans who make sure that their brothers-in-arms from World War II get burials befitting heroes.

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    Next, in a personal journey, correspondent Jeffrey Kaye examines Europe's new efforts to control illegal immigration, from its own neighborhood all the way to the shores of Africa. Finally, in anticipation of Memorial Day, a World Report Viewfinder about a special group of veterans who make sure that their brothers-in-arms from World War II get burials befitting heroes.

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    Moving Millions: 'Race to the Bottom'; High Wire Act: Shuttle Atlantis Works On Hubble

    This week, "Race to the Bottom" examines what happens as big employers move in search of ever-cheaper labor. How does a place change when big companies move in? And what becomes of the communities left behind? And, NASA's high-risk mission to fix the Hubble Space Shuttle is underway; worries over a debris strike, five straight spacewalks, and a rescue crew still standing-by.

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    This week, "Race to the Bottom" examines what happens as big employers move in search of ever-cheaper labor. How does a place change when big companies move in? And what becomes of the communities left behind? And, NASA's high-risk mission to fix the Hubble Space Shuttle is underway; worries over a debris strike, five straight spacewalks, and a rescue crew still standing-by.

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    • EPISODE 57

    Ft. Carson Killings: The New Casualties of War

    Critics say that veterans are coming home with mental problems caused by combat stress, but the Army isn't doing enough to ease them back into civilian life. Correspondent Carol McKinley obtained an exclusive jailhouse interview with one of the men convicted of taking part in a murder, who says he returned from the war in Iraq with PTSD but was offered little, if any, help by the Army. Also, the Army's new efforts to help returning soldiers cope with battle stress.

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    Critics say that veterans are coming home with mental problems caused by combat stress, but the Army isn't doing enough to ease them back into civilian life. Correspondent Carol McKinley obtained an exclusive jailhouse interview with one of the men convicted of taking part in a murder, who says he returned from the war in Iraq with PTSD but was offered little, if any, help by the Army. Also, the Army's new efforts to help returning soldiers cope with battle stress.

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    American Guns, Mexican Crime: The 'Iron River' South; Russia's Jewel: Religion and Nationalism In Tatarstan; Viewfinder: Saving the Oldest City

    This war, waged by drug cartels against each other and Mexico's government, is fought with American guns. Tens of thousands flow south in what is called the 'Iron River.' Next, Tatarstan, a republic in the heart of Russia where Christians and Muslims live in harmony. Oil wealth makes it extremely important to Moscow, but now there are many there who think that the Republic should break away. What's next for Tatarstan, Russia's jewel? Finally, a 'Viewfinder' featuring one of the world's oldest living cities and a group of young men who are trying to save it.

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    This war, waged by drug cartels against each other and Mexico's government, is fought with American guns. Tens of thousands flow south in what is called the 'Iron River.' Next, Tatarstan, a republic in the heart of Russia where Christians and Muslims live in harmony. Oil wealth makes it extremely important to Moscow, but now there are many there who think that the Republic should break away. What's next for Tatarstan, Russia's jewel? Finally, a 'Viewfinder' featuring one of the world's oldest living cities and a group of young men who are trying to save it.

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    • EPISODE 59

    South Africa's Shame: Modern-Day Slavery and the World Cup; The Fashion Police; Viewfinder: Kids On a Wire

    South Africa is a center for the trade but there is still no plan to stop or even police it, even as the country plans for the World Cup next year. Correspondent Paul Beban captures human traffickers on film and nearly completes a purchase to "acquire" ten women. Next, in Italy, high fashion isn't only for the elite. You won't believe how good cops can look, and what they drive. Finally, a World Report Viewfinder -- children who literally have to do a high-wire act, just to get to school.

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    South Africa is a center for the trade but there is still no plan to stop or even police it, even as the country plans for the World Cup next year. Correspondent Paul Beban captures human traffickers on film and nearly completes a purchase to "acquire" ten women. Next, in Italy, high fashion isn't only for the elite. You won't believe how good cops can look, and what they drive. Finally, a World Report Viewfinder -- children who literally have to do a high-wire act, just to get to school.

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    Justice On the Shelf: Untested Rape Kits; Serving Life: Inside Infamous Angola Prison; NASA's Return to the Moon

    Despite the promise of justice, thousands of rape kits, possibly hundreds of thousands, sit on shelves, untouched, untested. World Report investigates. Next, we visit Angola State Penitentiary in Louisiana, where the warden is resorting to unusual methods to keep the inmates in line. It's necessary, he says, when so many of the prisoners are serving life, and getting so old. Finally, a NASA launch that takes the first step toward man's return to the moon.

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    Despite the promise of justice, thousands of rape kits, possibly hundreds of thousands, sit on shelves, untouched, untested. World Report investigates. Next, we visit Angola State Penitentiary in Louisiana, where the warden is resorting to unusual methods to keep the inmates in line. It's necessary, he says, when so many of the prisoners are serving life, and getting so old. Finally, a NASA launch that takes the first step toward man's return to the moon.

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    Democratic Republic of the Congo: The U.N.'s Ultimate Peacekeeping Test; Tagging L.A.: Art or Vandalism?

    UN troops are in the Congo, trying to stop the killing, but the mission is difficult, and has repercussions not only for central Africa, but for peacekeeping missions around the world. Then, we are in Los Angeles with a group of taggers who use the whole city as a canvas for their graffiti. They call themselves artists, the police call them criminals. Who wins this battle will go a long way in determining what L.A. will look like in the future.

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    UN troops are in the Congo, trying to stop the killing, but the mission is difficult, and has repercussions not only for central Africa, but for peacekeeping missions around the world. Then, we are in Los Angeles with a group of taggers who use the whole city as a canvas for their graffiti. They call themselves artists, the police call them criminals. Who wins this battle will go a long way in determining what L.A. will look like in the future.

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    • EPISODE 62

    Saving Chesapeake Bay: A Way of Life at Risk; Viewfinder: Buying Freedom; NASA: A Full House and a Crash Landing

    Scientists say the bay can be saved, but do we have the will to do it? Next, a World Report Viewfinder from the African nation of Sudan. Filmmaker Tamara Banks traveled there to witness men, women, and children being released from slavery. Finally, a full house at the International Space Station and spectacular new close-ups of the moon, as NASA gets ready for a planned crash-landing.

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    Scientists say the bay can be saved, but do we have the will to do it? Next, a World Report Viewfinder from the African nation of Sudan. Filmmaker Tamara Banks traveled there to witness men, women, and children being released from slavery. Finally, a full house at the International Space Station and spectacular new close-ups of the moon, as NASA gets ready for a planned crash-landing.

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    • EPISODE 63

    Insane: The Price of Speaking Out in China; Beyond Belief: The Word of God, Through the Mouths of Babes; NASA Launches Endeavour and Crashes the Moon

    Whistleblowers, dissidents, and ordinary people seeking justice declared mentally ill, hospitalized, then medicated against their will and often beaten. Victims say it is a way for Chinese officials to silence dissidents. Next, the latest in our continuing series on faith, Beyond Belief. Carol McKinley examines a growing phenomenon -- child preachers. She meets kids as young as two who take the pulpit to preach to adoring and believing congregants. Finally, NASA finally gets Shuttle Endeavour off the ground, and gets ready for a planned crash landing into the moon.

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    Whistleblowers, dissidents, and ordinary people seeking justice declared mentally ill, hospitalized, then medicated against their will and often beaten. Victims say it is a way for Chinese officials to silence dissidents. Next, the latest in our continuing series on faith, Beyond Belief. Carol McKinley examines a growing phenomenon -- child preachers. She meets kids as young as two who take the pulpit to preach to adoring and believing congregants. Finally, NASA finally gets Shuttle Endeavour off the ground, and gets ready for a planned crash landing into the moon.

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    • EPISODE 64

    Kids Serving Life: A Second Chance?; Vesuvius Redux: Is Italy Ready for the Next Big One?; Viewfinder: Tarantulas, Cockroaches and Maggots ... That's Just the Appetizer

    A group of law students in Florida is aiming to change that. Next, scientists say that the volcano that destroyed Pompeii is getting ready to explode again. Finally, a "Viewfinder" from behind the scenes of the preparation of one of the world's most bizarre dinners.

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    A group of law students in Florida is aiming to change that. Next, scientists say that the volcano that destroyed Pompeii is getting ready to explode again. Finally, a "Viewfinder" from behind the scenes of the preparation of one of the world's most bizarre dinners.

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    • EPISODE 65

    Beyond Belief: Is Eight Enough?; India's Food Crisis: Trying to Make Farming Work for 1 Billion People; Viewfinder: The Real-Life Nacho Libre!

    Next, food security. Within the next few decades, India will become the most populous country in the world. How will they feed 1.5 billion people when fewer and fewer are farming, and farms are less and less productive? Finally, meet real-life 'Nacho Libres,' every-day guys who at night turn into masked heroes of Latino wrestling.

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    Next, food security. Within the next few decades, India will become the most populous country in the world. How will they feed 1.5 billion people when fewer and fewer are farming, and farms are less and less productive? Finally, meet real-life 'Nacho Libres,' every-day guys who at night turn into masked heroes of Latino wrestling.

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    • EPISODE 66

    Inside the Legendary French Foreign Legion; Youth Baseball: The Price of a Dream

    Correspondent Michael Davie goes inside. Next, even during a recession, there's one business that is booming Cooperstown Dreams Park. How one man is capitalizing on our enduring love of baseball by giving kids and their families a week they'll always remember.

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    Correspondent Michael Davie goes inside. Next, even during a recession, there's one business that is booming Cooperstown Dreams Park. How one man is capitalizing on our enduring love of baseball by giving kids and their families a week they'll always remember.

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    • EPISODE 67

    Maverick: Life Without Limits; Insane: The Price of Speaking Out In China; Viewfinder: Kids On a Wire

    Correspondent Greg Dobbs introduces us to an extraordinary World Report Maverick. Then, in China, whistleblowers, dissidents, and ordinary people seeking justice declared mentally ill, hospitalized, then medicated against their will and often beaten. Finally, a World Report Viewfinder on children who literally have to do a high-wire act, just to get to school.

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    Correspondent Greg Dobbs introduces us to an extraordinary World Report Maverick. Then, in China, whistleblowers, dissidents, and ordinary people seeking justice declared mentally ill, hospitalized, then medicated against their will and often beaten. Finally, a World Report Viewfinder on children who literally have to do a high-wire act, just to get to school.

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    • EPISODE 69

    The Resurgence of the American Militia; Low Born, High Minded: India's Untouchable Hero; Beyond Belief; Onward Christian Surfers

    Correspondent Carol McKinley is on the inside with one militia group, to find out what might make them pull the trigger on violence. Then, born into India's lowest caste, she's rising up on behalf of her country's most vulnerable population, at great personal cost. And finally, for some Californians, surfing has literally become a religious experience.

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    Correspondent Carol McKinley is on the inside with one militia group, to find out what might make them pull the trigger on violence. Then, born into India's lowest caste, she's rising up on behalf of her country's most vulnerable population, at great personal cost. And finally, for some Californians, surfing has literally become a religious experience.

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    • EPISODE 70

    Cuban Crossroads; Cons Cashing In; Mavericks: The Human Crash Test Dummy

    It was the latest sign that Cuban - U.S. relations are undergoing big changes. But not everyone is happy about this, not by a long shot. Paul Beban reports from Havana. Next, we meet ex-convicts who are cashing in on their dark pasts. And finally, a World Report Maverick -- Rusty Haight, a human crash test dummy. He's been in over 1,000 car wrecks and counting.

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    It was the latest sign that Cuban - U.S. relations are undergoing big changes. But not everyone is happy about this, not by a long shot. Paul Beban reports from Havana. Next, we meet ex-convicts who are cashing in on their dark pasts. And finally, a World Report Maverick -- Rusty Haight, a human crash test dummy. He's been in over 1,000 car wrecks and counting.

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    • EPISODE 71

    Universal Care, No Public Option; Beyond Belief: The Word of God, Through the Mouths of Babes; Viewfinder: Healthcare's Hidden Voices

    The creation of a government-run health insurance program to help achieve universal coverage. But one country has discovered a way to provide insurance for all with private companies. How do they do it? Next, Carol McKinley examines a growing phenomenon child preachers. She meets kids as young as two who preach to adoring and believing congregants. Finally, poignant personal stories about heathcare in America.

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    The creation of a government-run health insurance program to help achieve universal coverage. But one country has discovered a way to provide insurance for all with private companies. How do they do it? Next, Carol McKinley examines a growing phenomenon child preachers. She meets kids as young as two who preach to adoring and believing congregants. Finally, poignant personal stories about heathcare in America.

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    • EPISODE 72

    Inside the Legendary French Foreign Legion; Beyond Belief: Is Eight Enough?

    It is brutal desert training, trying to turn men of questionable pasts into elite soldiers. Correspondent Michael Davie goes inside. In the latest edition of our ongoing series on faith, we're inside the growing Quiverfull Movement, where families have as many children as possible. Is eight enough? Not necessarily, say these families!

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    It is brutal desert training, trying to turn men of questionable pasts into elite soldiers. Correspondent Michael Davie goes inside. In the latest edition of our ongoing series on faith, we're inside the growing Quiverfull Movement, where families have as many children as possible. Is eight enough? Not necessarily, say these families!

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    • EPISODE 73

    To the Moon, Or Not?; Puerto Rico: Island Under Siege; Viewfinder: The Littlest Tulku

    Next, to the island of Puerto Rico, which is awash in drugs. Addiction is at epidemic levels, and it is a major transit point for traffickers on their way to the U.S. mainland. We go inside the shooting galleries and the drug busts to investigate. Finally, a great Buddhist lama dies, and a search begins for his reincarnation. The search ends in Washington DC, and with the enthronement of 'The Littlest Tulku.'

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    Next, to the island of Puerto Rico, which is awash in drugs. Addiction is at epidemic levels, and it is a major transit point for traffickers on their way to the U.S. mainland. We go inside the shooting galleries and the drug busts to investigate. Finally, a great Buddhist lama dies, and a search begins for his reincarnation. The search ends in Washington DC, and with the enthronement of 'The Littlest Tulku.'

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    • EPISODE 74

    Suicide Tourism; Beyond Belief: Jesus of Siberia; Viewfinder: Honor Guards

    A court case in Montana may make it a constitutional right there, too. Next, a journey to Siberia, where a reclusive mystic claims he is Jesus Christ. Finally, for Veterans' Day, a special group of veterans who make sure that their brothers-in-arms from World War II get burials befitting heroes.

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    A court case in Montana may make it a constitutional right there, too. Next, a journey to Siberia, where a reclusive mystic claims he is Jesus Christ. Finally, for Veterans' Day, a special group of veterans who make sure that their brothers-in-arms from World War II get burials befitting heroes.

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    Dr. Lee Carhart; Low Born, High Minded: India's Untouchable Hero; Viewfinder: Inside Afghanistan's Drug War

    Then, born into India's lowest caste, she's rising up on behalf of her country's most vulnerable population, at great personal cost. Then, a World Report Viewfinder. Inside Afghanistan, where the cost of drug abuse is measured in American and Afghan lives.

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    Then, born into India's lowest caste, she's rising up on behalf of her country's most vulnerable population, at great personal cost. Then, a World Report Viewfinder. Inside Afghanistan, where the cost of drug abuse is measured in American and Afghan lives.

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    • EPISODE 76

    South Africa's Shame: Modern-Day Slavery and the World Cup; Viewfinder: Food for Thought

    South Africa is a center for the trade but there is still no plan to stop or even police it, even as the country plans for the World Cup. Correspondent Paul Beban captures human traffickers on film and nearly completes a purchase to "acquire" ten women. Then, a World Report Viewfinder about an innovative program in Wisconsin that links struggling local farmers and school cafeterias. Goodbye mystery meat, hello vegetables?

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    South Africa is a center for the trade but there is still no plan to stop or even police it, even as the country plans for the World Cup. Correspondent Paul Beban captures human traffickers on film and nearly completes a purchase to "acquire" ten women. Then, a World Report Viewfinder about an innovative program in Wisconsin that links struggling local farmers and school cafeterias. Goodbye mystery meat, hello vegetables?

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    • EPISODE 77

    U.S. vs. China: A Race for Resources in Africa; Viewfinder: Boy Poet

    World Report travels to Zambia, Uganda, Botswana, and South Africa, to explore how China's growing focus affects stability, human rights, and U.S. interests in the Sub-Saharan continent. Then our series Viewfinder introduces a brilliant inner-city poet, who is all of 13 years old.

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    World Report travels to Zambia, Uganda, Botswana, and South Africa, to explore how China's growing focus affects stability, human rights, and U.S. interests in the Sub-Saharan continent. Then our series Viewfinder introduces a brilliant inner-city poet, who is all of 13 years old.

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    • EPISODE 78

    Democratic Republic of the Congo: The U.N.'s Ultimate Peacekeeping Test; Refugee High

    UN troops are there to try to stop the killing, but the mission is difficult, and has repercussions not only for central Africa, but for peacekeeping missions around the world. Then, we're inside the halls of an Oakland, California high school, where young refugees from war-torn countries strive for an education, and a chance at the American Dream.

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    UN troops are there to try to stop the killing, but the mission is difficult, and has repercussions not only for central Africa, but for peacekeeping missions around the world. Then, we're inside the halls of an Oakland, California high school, where young refugees from war-torn countries strive for an education, and a chance at the American Dream.

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    The Best of 2009

    From human trafficking in South Africa to Agent Orange in Vietnam; from a fast-growing Christian movement to Iraq's rapid-fire transition, and a string of killings connected to one U.S. army base, a look back at the year's impactful stories.

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    From human trafficking in South Africa to Agent Orange in Vietnam; from a fast-growing Christian movement to Iraq's rapid-fire transition, and a string of killings connected to one U.S. army base, a look back at the year's impactful stories.

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