The Wednesday Edition


Highlights Include:

Part One:

* Ratko Mladic Trial. The leader of the Serbian army stood today in the prisoner's box. We hear from a lawyer representing victims' families of the 1995 massacre of Srebrenica.
* Irish Pound. Rejecting the Euro, a small town in Ireland has brought back the Irish pound - or punt - as its currency.

Part Two:

* NRTEE Scrapped. David McLaughlin, CEO of the National Round Table on the Enivronment and Economy, responds to Ottawa's funding cut.
* Field of nightmares. A Human Rights Watch report finds women working as immigrant farm workers in the U.S. face harassment and sexual violence.

 Part Three:

* Euro and Greece. Political instability is raising fears that Greece could leave the Eurozone. Herman Von Rompuy, special advisor to European Council President, is our guest.
* Pros and Conservatory. It's the hundred-and-twenty-fifth anniversary of the Royal Conservatory of Music -- and things are going south, in a good way.

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