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The Sochi Project: Telling the Story of Sochi, Russia

The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics are impressive, unless you're an inhabitant of Sochi. The games have turned the quiet little summer community into a bustling winter metropolis. Find out about The Sochi Project.

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The Current - Overcoming the stigma of Ebola in the latest outbreak in West Africa - April 17, 2014Apr 17, 2014 | 24:00The Current Overcoming the stigma of Ebola in the latest outbreak in West Africa - April 17, 2014 Audio
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The Current From The Archives: Dominique Corti on how Lacor hospital offers more then health care Apr 17, 2014 | 23:42One of Canada's first female surgeons, Lucille Teasdale was a life-saver to Ugandans. She and her husband, Dr. Piero Corti started Lacor Hospital in Uganda. In 2009, we spoke to their daughter, Dominique Corti.
The Current - Checking-In: A fixed conviction, a fix in the stock markets and a fixation with vaccination - April 17, 2014Apr 17, 2014 | 27:30The Current Checking-In: A fixed conviction, a fix in the stock markets and a fixation with vaccination - April 17, 2014 Audio
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