Middle East: May 2011 Archives
Wednesday May 18, 2011
May 19 & 22: from Kampala, Uganda - Israel - Montebaducco, Italy - Sarajevo, Bosnia - Nanjing, China - Robben Island, South Africa
Campaigns against gays in Uganda have included "outing" gay members of society in the newspaper, and calling for public punishment (Photo/AP)
Being gay in Uganda: it turns out no one will go to the gallows for it after all, but the threat's not past.
A subject few in Israel want to talk about: how the state uses and abuses Arab informers.
A look at a black politician in South Africa who's been running on racism.
The story of the Suicide-Catcher of Nanjing. Why does a man devote his life to prevent people leaping off a bridge? Perhaps to save his own?
Can animal rights improve human rights? We'll hear from some in Bosnia who sure hope so.
And, it may be time to reconsider the humble donkey. After all, some Italians think of it as a hairy dairy.Read more »
Categories: Africa, Europe, Middle East, Past Episodes
Wednesday May 4, 2011
Newspaper seller in Pakistan. With Bin Laden gone, where will al-Qaeda surge next? Photo/Reuters
al-Qaeda after bin Laden. An expert says it's certainly on the run from old hideouts, but on the rise in new places.
From Italy, the quest for the crypt containing the Mona Lisa smile.
In Scotland, the return of vicious sectarian soccer songs brings police on pitch.
Rwanda resorts to spies and stifling free speech to downplay the legacy of genocide.
And, a new documentary film on a stubborn Russian journalist who refuses to "bootlick" the state that wants rid of him.Read more »
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- CBC IN ITALY Trying to mourn the dead as graves quake open in Italy
- It was a day of national mourning in Italy on Saturday. But in the midst of an earthquake zone, still chaotic and reeling from aftershocks, it is not always easy to hold to formality.
- Video Bangladesh police kill Canadian suspect in restaurant attack video
- Bangladeshi authorities say a Canadian man suspected of organizing a deadly attack on a popular restaurant in Dhaka has been killed in a police raid near the capital.
- Donald Trump wants to track U.S. entrants to ensure they don't overstay their visas
- U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said on Saturday he would seek to develop a tracking system to ensure visitors who overstay their visas and become illegal immigrants are removed from the United States.
- Barack 'Fauxbamas' muse about their futures as Obama's presidency ends video
- As bookings start to slow down for some of them, four of Barack Obama’s best-known impersonators reflect on where their careers go next, and how resembling America's first black president changed their lives.
- Clashes in Syria continue as UN appeals for 48-hour truce to deliver humanitarian aid
- Backed by Turkish tanks and reports of airstrikes, Turkey-allied Syrian rebels clashed with Kurdish-led forces in northeastern Syria in a new escalation that further complicates the already protracted Syrian conflict.