Promo Box: June 2012 Archives
Thursday June 21, 2012
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- Thu., 21 – Your comments, on the run of Dispatches
- May 2012
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- Fri., 30 – Cape Town "car guards" offer "protection"
- Thu., 22 – The trials of Tweeting in China
- Thu., 22 – Help for kids of India sex workers
- Wed., 21 – In Italy, a long drink of yesterday's wine
- Thu., 15 – China's painful healing, with bee-stings
- Thu., 15 – Rwandans find new uses for malaria nets
- Thu., 15 – Verbal autopsies shed light on death
- Thu., 8 – Mexico's vigilante mayor
- Wed., 7 – Lanse kòd animate Jacmel Carnival
- Fri., 2 – Plus ça change, in Change Square
- February 2012
- Wed., 29 – A box full of light saves lives
- Tue., 28 – They die so we might know
- Mon., 27 – Oscar winner on Dispatches
- Fri., 24 – Kennedy's very bad day in South Sudan
- Wed., 22 – A special court for post-trauma vets
- Fri., 17 – Baad justice haunts Afghanistan
- Fri., 17 – Inside Egyptian military's business web
- Tue., 14 – Justice served in Haiti
- Mon., 13 – Syrian refugees' defiance and division
- Thu., 9 – Sri Lanka tourism vs. the fisherfolk
- Tue., 7 – Colombia's no-name dead
- January 2012
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- Mon., 13 – Jerusalem...covering the never-ending story
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- Boat in China's Yangtze River sinks with more than 450 people aboard
- A small cruise ship sank overnight in China's Yangtze River during a storm, leaving one confirmed dead and nearly 450 people missing, state media said Tuesday. Ten people were rescued, the state media reports said, but fears are growing over a significant death count.
- Patriot Act provisions lapse: Is the U.S. less safe today?
- Three provisions of the Patriot Act that the U.S. government used for counterterrorism activities have expired. Some supporters of the law say national security is at risk, while others argue it isn't and that plenty of tools remain for authorities to use to stop attacks.
- World's best restaurant named, chopping famed Noma off the top
- Spanish restaurant El Celler de Can Roca regained its title as the world's best restaurant on Monday, fending off previous winner Noma, with which it has alternated the top honour in recent years.
- Ex-FIFA official uses satirical article from the Onion to blast corruption charges
- It's assumed that indicted Ex-FIFA vice president Jack Warner thought The Onion was an actual news publication when he cited an article from it as evidence of U.S. corruption
- South Korea reports 2 deaths from MERS virus
- South Korea on Tuesday reported the first two deaths from an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) that has affected 25 people in two weeks, as officials scrambled to contain the outbreak.