Monday, June 20, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
With deadly inaccuracy. In Libya, NATO airstrikes kill twenty civilians -- and do serious damage to an already-beleaguered war effort.
Between some rocks and a wet place. A Newfoundland man tells Carol what happened after his boat's engine died in treacherous waters.
The state of the state. As Canadian troops prepare to leave, Canada's senior general in Afghanistan describes the situation in Kandahar.
A tiring tirade. Syrian President Bashar al Assad addresses his country -- and blames everyone but himself for his predicament.
You don't need to swipe it to swipe it. What one reporter learned about how online thieves pilfer your credit-card information.
And...the most expensive bladder-emptying in history. When a Portland man relieves himself in a drinking-water reservoir, it costs the city tens of thousands -- which residents find tough to swallow.
As It Happens, the Monday edition. Number one radio.[an error occurred while processing this directive]