Your Dispatches: August 2010 Archives
Sunday August 8, 2010
A number of listeners wrote in after Rick's interview with Richard Gizbert, a TV host with al-Jazeera's English network, which began airing in Canada in May.Read more »
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- Tue., 16 – Uyghur Thriller Soundtrax
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- Fri., 8 – Where an uncorrupt official is big news
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- December 2010
- Fri., 3 – Colombia's Kidnap Radio on the air
- November 2010
- Fri., 26 – Seoul... kimchi, an aid to weight control
- Tue., 23 – Kampala..The Secret Reach Of "The Family"
- Tue., 23 – Krakow...The Weather With You here
- Tue., 23 – Germany...neeles ant peens here
- Mon., 15 – Zimbabwe...Waiting For The Rain here
- Fri., 5 – China, Japan and rare earth in context
- Fri., 5 – Got your goat shopping done?
- Fri., 5 – From Burma to B.C.
- Mon., 1 – The case for Thorium power continued...
- Mon., 1 – Nicaragua...the remains of a DC-3 here
- October 2010
- Mon., 25 – NYC 9/11...What's Going On here?
- Fri., 22 – Clean cookstoves r you...
- Wed., 20 – Haiti...Rumours Of Glory here
- Mon., 18 – The Cuban diet...continued
- Fri., 15 – Falkland Islands...music of the long march
- Fri., 15 – Lusaka, SA...Tracy Chapman echoes here
- Fri., 15 – When in Cuba, eat as the Cubans eat
- Fri., 15 – India's secret war
- Tue., 12 – Khao Lak, Thailand...song from the Tsunami
- August 2010
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- Mon., 17 – pop-up test
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- Updated American University of Afghanistan remains under attack
- An Associated Press photographer was in a classroom when the attack at the Kabul school began and describes what he saw.
- Analysis Biden assurance may ease tensions with Turkey — to a point
- U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden visited the Turkish capital Wednesday to "stand shoulder to shoulder" with Turkey. It was the highest-level visit of a Western official since the failed attempt to overthrow the government on July 15.
- EpiPen price furor heats up in U.S.
- The White House on Wednesday said pharmaceutical firms risked damaging their reputations with big price hikes, but it sidestepped commenting directly on Mylan NV's decision to raise the price of its severe allergy treatment drug EpiPen.
- 'There are voices under the rubble': At least 120 dead in central Italy earthquake
- A strong earthquake in central Italy reduced three towns to rubble as people slept early Wednesday, with Prime Minister Matteo Renzi saying at least 120 people were killed and more injured.
- Earth-like planet found orbiting the star next door
- After scanning the vast reaches of the cosmos for Earth-like planets where life might exist, astronomers have found one right next door.