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Dispatches February 4, 2010 (Part 2/2)

Canadian commanders in Kandahar prepare to take the war to the Taliban. Salvadorans find themselves sending money to relatives in the U.S. Someone is stealing chariots and antiquities right out of the Bulgarian soil. Did a foreign government try to buy Argentina's election? Dispatches's ambitions to report from the moon are no longer as sure as they once were.

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Dispatches Dispatches January 07, 2010 (Part 1/2) Jan 7, 2010 | 25:00North Korean defectors tell stories of hunger and horror. Italy's fascination with prime-time porn. Some say you could raise billions to fight poverty and nobody would miss it. In Congo, paramilitaries stole an entire fifth grade and turned it into child soldiers. A story of self-help in Haiti -- which needs all the help it can get.
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Dispatches Dispatches January 28, 2010 (Part 2/2) Jan 28, 2010 | 27:30Haiti ponders the task ahead while furious voices ask where their government's been all this time. Russia tries again to stop the country's slow march towards alcoholism. The internet has triggered libel tourism and some publications consider cutting off the United Kingdom. We'll hear from a victim of the Russian shell game known as "raiding." Thoughts from an expat on the latest violence in Nigeria. Liberians are getting their news the old-fashioned way - on the blackboard.
Dispatches - Dispatches January 28, 2010 (Part 1/2)Jan 28, 2010 | 25:00Dispatches Dispatches January 28, 2010 (Part 1/2) Audio
Dispatches Dispatches January 28, 2010 (Part 1/2) Jan 28, 2010 | 25:00Haiti ponders the task ahead while furious voices ask where their government's been all this time. Russia tries again to stop the country's slow march towards alcoholism. The internet has triggered libel tourism and some publications consider cutting off the United Kingdom. We'll hear from a victim of the Russian shell game known as "raiding." Thoughts from an expat on the latest violence in Nigeria. Liberians are getting their news the old-fashioned way - on the blackboard.
Dispatches - Dispatches February 4, 2010 (Part 1/2)Feb 4, 2010 | 24:59Dispatches Dispatches February 4, 2010 (Part 1/2) Audio
Dispatches Dispatches February 4, 2010 (Part 1/2) Feb 4, 2010 | 24:59Canadian commanders in Kandahar prepare to take the war to the Taliban. Salvadorans find themselves sending money to relatives in the U.S. Someone is stealing chariots and antiquities right out of the Bulgarian soil. Did a foreign government try to buy Argentina's election? Dispatches's ambitions to report from the moon are no longer as sure as they once were.
Dispatches - Dispatches February 4, 2010 (Part 2/2)Feb 4, 2010 | 27:30Dispatches Dispatches February 4, 2010 (Part 2/2) Audio
Dispatches Dispatches February 4, 2010 (Part 2/2) Feb 4, 2010 | 27:30Canadian commanders in Kandahar prepare to take the war to the Taliban. Salvadorans find themselves sending money to relatives in the U.S. Someone is stealing chariots and antiquities right out of the Bulgarian soil. Did a foreign government try to buy Argentina's election? Dispatches's ambitions to report from the moon are no longer as sure as they once were.
Dispatches - Dispatches February 18, 2010 (1/2)Feb 18, 2010 | 25:00Dispatches Dispatches February 18, 2010 (1/2) Audio
Dispatches Dispatches February 18, 2010 (1/2) Feb 18, 2010 | 25:00An obscure political party managed to persuade the Swiss public to ban minarets from mosques. Wait till you hear what they're working on next. Operation Moshtarak is rolling over southern Afghanistan. But has NATO got the target wrong? We revisit the drug trade that's damaging the forests of southeast Asia. Jamaica's turbulent past still shapes its troubled future.
Dispatches - Dispatches February 18, 2010 (2/2)Feb 18, 2010 | 24:29Dispatches Dispatches February 18, 2010 (2/2) Audio
Dispatches Dispatches February 18, 2010 (2/2) Feb 18, 2010 | 24:29An obscure political party managed to persuade the Swiss public to ban minarets from mosques. Wait till you hear what they're working on next. Operation Moshtarak is rolling over southern Afghanistan. But has NATO got the target wrong? We revisit the drug trade that's damaging the forests of southeast Asia. Jamaica's turbulent past still shapes its troubled future.
Dispatches - Dispatches February 11, 2010 (Part 1/2)Feb 11, 2010 | 25:00Dispatches Dispatches February 11, 2010 (Part 1/2) Audio
Dispatches Dispatches February 11, 2010 (Part 1/2) Feb 11, 2010 | 25:00Chinese teenager Deng Senshan spent a lot of time on the internet, so his parents sent him to a boot camp for what turned out to be a fatal cure. Enterprising Cubans are dodging the state's control. It's voodoo versus evangelism in a competition for converts amid the rubble in Haiti. Uncle Sam wants youth: the American military's stealth campaign that targets new recruits. If it's all we can do to safeguard these winter games, what'll it be like with a war zone bordering the site of the next one?
Dispatches - Dispatches February 11, 2010 (Part 2/2)Feb 11, 2010 | 27:30Dispatches Dispatches February 11, 2010 (Part 2/2) Audio
Dispatches Dispatches February 11, 2010 (Part 2/2) Feb 11, 2010 | 27:30Chinese teenager Deng Senshan spent a lot of time on the internet, so his parents sent him to a boot camp for what turned out to be a fatal cure. Enterprising Cubans are dodging the state's control. It's voodoo versus evangelism in a competition for converts amid the rubble in Haiti. Uncle Sam wants youth: the American military's stealth campaign that targets new recruits. If it's all we can do to safeguard these winter games, what'll it be like with a war zone bordering the site of the next one?
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Dispatches Dispatches February 25, 2010 (1/2) Feb 25, 2010 | 25:00In L.A., Miss Ware and Miss Williams have spent decades helping black kids find a bright future. In Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe is rounding out his regime's 30 years. Our guest says Tajikistan is The Sopranos run by Fred Flintstone. Our correspondent goes for gold in the Defend-Canada-From-The-British-Media Olympics. Most press clubs are more about single malts than multiple dangers. We'll hear why Afghanistan's is so different.
Dispatches - Dispatches February 25, 2010 (2/2)Feb 25, 2010 | 27:30Dispatches Dispatches February 25, 2010 (2/2) Audio
Dispatches Dispatches February 25, 2010 (2/2) Feb 25, 2010 | 27:30In L.A., Miss Ware and Miss Williams have spent decades helping black kids find a bright future. In Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe is rounding out his regime's 30 years. Our guest says Tajikistan is The Sopranos run by Fred Flintstone. Our correspondent goes for gold in the Defend-Canada-From-The-British-Media Olympics. Most press clubs are more about single malts than multiple dangers. We'll hear why Afghanistan's is so different.
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Dispatches Dispatches March 4, 2010 (1/2) Mar 4, 2010 | 24:59If criminalizing immigrants didn't kill Jesus Galindo, what did? In Italy, old regional dialects are getting new respect, especially if you sing them. The Brits and Argentina are at it again. And Falkland Islanders are in no mood. Whose remains are in the lost jars of the jungle in Cambodia? Korean defectors struggle to get out of the North, only to struggle to fit into the South. Your letters about those Brits who bashed our Olympics.
Dispatches - Dispatches March 4, 2010 (2/2)Mar 4, 2010 | 27:30Dispatches Dispatches March 4, 2010 (2/2) Audio
Dispatches Dispatches March 4, 2010 (2/2) Mar 4, 2010 | 27:30If criminalizing immigrants didn't kill Jesus Galindo, what did? In Italy, old regional dialects are getting new respect, especially if you sing them. The Brits and Argentina are at it again. And Falkland Islanders are in no mood. Whose remains are in the lost jars of the jungle in Cambodia? Korean defectors struggle to get out of the North, only to struggle to fit into the South. Your letters about those Brits who bashed our Olympics.

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