2010 Season: May 2012 Archives
Thursday May 10, 2012
May 10 & 13, 2012: from Damascus, Syria - Munich, Germany - Sao Paolo, Brazil - Alabama - Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Port-au-Prince, Haiti
From our correspondents around the world...
Alabama has America's toughest laws aimed at undocumented immigrants. It makes the lives of Hispanics so hard they are "self deporting", even if they are not illegal. The approach has also had an impact on Alabama citizens, many of whom have been drawn into the state's war on undocumented immigrants. (AP Photo/John Amis)
The German locomotive hopes to pull Europe's flailing economies out of trouble. But there's a ghost in that machine.
In Brazil, David Rocha makes garbage instruments. Or rather, instruments from garbage. That's why they sound so good.
Illegal immigrant, deport thyself. How an experiment in immigration went wrong in Alabama.
Hotels aren't in the charity business, so why would the Red Cross want into the hotel business, in Haiti?
And from the Netherlands, a cafe where you don't pay for the food. We take repast in a restaurant for these recessionary times.
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Categories: 2010 Season, Americas, Europe, Middle East, Past Episodes
- May 2012
- April 2012
- August 2011
- July 2011
- March 2011
- Wed., 30 – March 31 & April 3: from Grand Forks, North Dakota - Ukraine - Amman, Jordan - Bunya, Democratic Republic of Congo - Manila, Philippines
- Wed., 23 – March 24 - 27, 2011 from: Noda and Sendai, Japan - Chernobyl - Tunis - Benghazi, Libya - Berlin
- Tue., 22 – Noda, Japan...pictures, pieces of lives
- Thu., 17 – March 17/20, 2011 Dispatches: from Kabul - Riyadh - Beijing - Douglas, South Africa -Cozumel - India via New York
- Thu., 10 – March 10/13, 2011 Dispatches: from Beijing - Mendoza, Argentina - Tripoli - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Punta Allen, Mexico
- February 2011
- January 2011
- December 2010
- November 2010
- Thu., 25 – November 25 & 28: from Afghanistan - Bosnia - Ghana - Zimbabwe - Seoul, South Korea - Manila, the Philippines
- Thu., 18 – November 18 & 21: from Kampala, Uganda - the Thai-Burmese border - Hilversum, Netherlands - Beirut, Lebanon - Dakar, Senegal - Chennai, India - Nanoori, Ghana
- Thu., 4 – November 4 & 7, 2010: from Berlin - Zambia - Mae Sot, Thailand - Hainan province, China - Guca, Serbia
- October 2010
- Thu., 28 – October 28 & 31, 2010: from Rio de Janeiro - Dublin - Voss, Norway - Huntsville, Alabama - London
- Thu., 21 – October 21 & 24, 2010: from Palermo, Sicily - Los Angeles - New York - Kandahar - Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- Thu., 14 – October 14 & 17, 2010: from Miami - Cuba - Arizona - Tripoli, Lebanon - Berlin - La Paz, Bolivia
- September 2010
- Thu., 30 – September 30 & October 3, 2010: from Paris - New York - Afghanistan - Chiapas - Culver City, CA
- Thu., 16 – September 16 & 19 - from Bangkok, Thailand - Las Vegas, Nevada - Kampala, Uganda - Kaunas, Lithuania - Conakry, Guinea - Port au Prince, Haiti
- Thu., 9 – September 9 & 12 - from Gudvangen, Norway - Oakland, CA - Chelsetoon, Afghanistan - Mexico City - Oklahoma
- August 2010
- July 2010
- June 2010
- May 2010
- April 2010
- March 2010
- February 2010
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- December 2009
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- Analysis U.S. torture debate underscores shifting view on personal liberties audio
- Torture, police excesses, 'felony creep.' For a country built around personal liberty and the rule of law, some things are surely changing, Neil Macdonald writes.
- Cuba-U.S. relationship détente: 10 key questions video
- The U. S. and Cuba announced major changes to their relationship on Wednesday, the most significant changes since diplomatic ties broke off in 1961. The new agreement affects travel, commerce and government relations, and has been in the works for more than a year. Here's what you need to know.
- Updated Boko Haram suspected of kidnapping more than 100 women, children video
- Suspected Boko Haram gunmen kidnapped more than 100 women and children, and killed 35 other people on Sunday during a raid on the remote northeast Nigerian village of Gumsuri, a security source and resident said today.
- Vladimir Putin says ruble will recover, accuses West of trying to corner Russia video
- Russian President Vladimir Putin vows to fix Russia's economic woes within two years, voicing confidence that the plummeting ruble will recover and promising to diversify Russia's gas-dependent economy.
- Feature U.S.-Cuba relations, by the numbers
- The U.S. and Cuba have announced they will normalize diplomatic relations and will ease trade and travel restrictions. CBC News takes a by-the-numbers look at the once fraught ties between the two countries.