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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- British PM condemns 'sick and depraved terrorist attack' that left 5 dead in London video audio
- British Prime Minister Theresa May is condemning the "sick and depraved terrorist attack" in London that left at least five people dead and 40 injured.
- Spying claim by U.S. intelligence committee chair renews fight over Russia probe
- Republican Devin Nunes's comments that private communications of Donald Trump and his transition team may have been scooped up by American intelligence officials monitoring other targets has led the committee's ranking Democrat, Adam Schiff, to renew his party's calls for an independent probe of Trump campaign links to Russia.
- Photos 'They destroyed us': Mosul residents on life under ISIS occupation
- CBC News recently spent a week in the Iraqi city of Mosul, speaking to residents about what it was like living under the world's most feared terrorist group.
- Looking back on Chuck Barris's career: 'He turned the cameras back on real people'
- Chuck Barris's trio of hit game shows — The Dating Game, The Newlywed Game and The Gong Show — have had a lasting legacy, paving the way for countless dating shows and reality competitions.
- Vehicles becoming a common weapon: A look at recent attacks video
- Militants are increasingly turning to vehicle-ramming attacks, like the one staged near Britain's Parliament on Wednesday, because they are cheap, easy to organize and hard to prevent, experts say.