The fall of the Wall - 20 years on
20-year anniversary celebrations of the fall of the Berlin Wall have been going on for several days now. CBC's Tom Parry takes a look at how young people, who have grown up in the post-Wall era, are reacting. And, are there still some remnants of division? Scroll down and listen to World Report's latest podcast for that story...
Interesting column in the Globe and Mail this morning reminding people of the significance of the Berlin Wall's demise. Check out Jeffrey Simpson here...
Nicole Ireland, Producer, World Report
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