Middle East: November 2011 Archives
Thursday November 17, 2011
Gold miners deep underground in South Africa. Tens of thousands them come down with TB and HIV and are sent home to die without treatment. Photo/AP
The preventable epidemic no one's bothering to prevent in South Africa.
American journalism gets a scolding as a Canadian journalist takes a top U.S. award.
Fawzia Koofi wants to be the next president of Afghanistan. Even if it kills her.
A story of selflessness from Somalia, where the only things not destroyed in the long civil war are hope and the sea.
And, all aboard Brazil's graffiti train. Why one of the world's largest mining companies is embracing street art.
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- New U.S. urges owners of older Hondas, Acuras to get airbag inflators fixed
- The U.S. government is urging owners of 313,000 older Hondas and Acuras to stop driving them and get them repaired after new tests found that their Takata airbag inflators are extremely dangerous.
- Is Brexit a sure thing? How the U.K. could still ditch its EU divorce video
- None of the options are particularly enticing, but there's still time for the U.K. to reverse course on its plan to leave the EU.
- CBC IN ISTANBUL Turkey finds itself in the midst of a perfect storm: Nahlah Ayed
- Once a speck of relative calm in a sea of regional turmoil, Turkey is now struggling to protect from and brace for the increasingly violent consequences of living next door to a major war zone.
- With Boris Johnson out, who will be Britain's next PM?
- Former London mayor Boris Johnson — popular with the public and widely considered a front-runner — rules himself out of the race after the defection of a key ally.
- What would it take for Donald Trump to rip up NAFTA? video
- Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said he would rip up NAFTA if he couldn't renegotiate the deal. If elected, he may find it isn't quite so straightforward.