Middle East: January 2010 Archives
Thursday January 14, 2010
We go inside Yemen to see why it's been such a good fit for the forces of al-Qaeda.
A look at the land-grab industry. Agribusiness sees a global market for arable land, but the developing world might be selling off its future food security.
And, a story of lust from Lebanon. How Hezbollah is using sex as a means of recruitment and control.
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- Live Obama expected to defend Manning decision in final press briefing video
- President Barack Obama is expected to defend his decision to shorten the sentence of convicted leaker Chelsea Manning when he holds his final news conference on Wednesday, two days before his second term ends.
- CBC IN MEXICO Attack on prosecutor further erodes Cancun's reputation for safety
- A violent attack in Cancun, Mexico, has further undermined the area's reputation as an island of peace amid the turbulence of Mexico's drug war.
- CBC IN IRAN How Tehran sees Trump: Get-rich guru gets another look as antagonistic U.S. president-elect
- A short drive from Tehran's imposing "Down with the U.S.A." mural, a small bookstore is doing a brisk business selling books by Donald Trump. As Nahlah Ayed reports, some Iranians eager to learn more about the president-elect are having to start with his get-rich books.
- New World temperatures hit new high in 2016 for 3rd year in row
- From unprecedented highs in India to ice melt in the Arctic, the heat is creeping closer to a ceiling set for global warming.
- Trump administration will press Canada, Mexico to reopen NAFTA
- The man U.S. president-elect Donald Trump has tapped to reshape the country's trade policy will soon send a letter to Canadian and Mexican officials urging them to reopen NAFTA talks, according to a report.