Friday, May 27, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
Largesse from the largest economies. Tunisia and Egypt walk away from the G8 summit with thirty billion dollars in aid pledges.
Love and smouldering remains. Some Slave Lake residents begin to return home, while others have no home to return to.
Mining controversy. A Canadian company's project on the Peru/Bolivia border causes large protests.
On shaky legal ground? Italian prosecutors try seven geologists for manslaughter -- after they failed to accurately predict the L'Aquila earthquake.
Notes from underground. After 13 years, the huge cicada brood known simply as "19" emerges in the US midwest.
And, they sold a string of beads and lost Manhattan. American retailer Urban Outfitters gets boycotted after allegedly using an independent artist's necklace design without permission.
As It Happens, the Friday Edition. Radio that knows that stealing ideas is a dangerous bling.[an error occurred while processing this directive]