Monday, June 27, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
Beyond the call of duty. A Toronto police officer is honoured with an award, after she fought for justice for a woman who was raped in Texas.
Retribution from the top. In the state of South Kordofan, the Sudanese government launches vicious attacks on ethnic populations.
Indictments and excitement. Rebel groups in Libya celebrate when the International Criminal Court charges Moammar Gadhafi with crimes against humanity.
The unkindest cuts. In the U.S., thousands of men and women who were unwillingly sterilized as recently as the 'seventies may get compensation -- and one victim tells us her story.
Understandably, they want to knock the stuffing out of us. A gang of roving thugs terrorizes residents of Barrie, Ontario -- and they can't be touched, because they're turkeys.
And...it's all reek to me. In the Southern Hemisphere, climate change won't just feel uncomfortable -- it will smell awful.
As It Happens, the Monday edition. Radio that finds odour in chaos.