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JaredCohenTechnologysRoleinArabSpringProtests
From: Link TV on Tue, Jul 19 2011 11:41 PM
Jared Cohen, of the Council on Foreign Relations and Google Ideas, elaborates on the role Twitter and other social media tools have played in the Arab Spring demonstrations and protests. "Technology accelerates everything," says Cohen.
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MosaicNews071811WorldNewsFromTheMiddleEast
From: Link TV on Tue, Jul 19 2011 12:09 AM
Deadly clashes erupt between pro- and anti-Syrian regime residents in Homs, Moscow refuses to recognize Libyan Transitional Council, rights group highlights "alarming rate" of Palestinian children jailed for throwing stones, and more.
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ViewChangeSeedWarriorsPromo
From: Link TV on Fri, Jul 15 2011 11:32 AM
In the remote Norwegian town of Longyearbyen, deemed the safest place on Earth, lives the first global seed bank created to ensure the continued existence of biodiversity. But can it feed the world?
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ManytoBlameforFukushimaDisaster
From: Link TV on Sat, Jul 09 2011 9:10 PM
(LinkAsia: July 8, 2011) NHK examines who is to blame for the scope and length of the nuclear leak at the Fukushima Power Plant in Japan. Its findings show the power company, nuclear regulators, and the government, are all to blame.
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MosaicNews070811WorldNewsFromTheMiddleEast
From: Link TV on Sat, Jul 09 2011 9:10 PM
"Flytilla" activists demand the right to visit Palestine, Yemenis condemn foreign meddling while Syrians reject Assad’s dialogue, Egyptians renew their commitment to put the "revolution first," and more.
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SpotlightBloodintheMobileClip
From: Link TV on Sat, Jul 09 2011 9:10 PM
Take a trip to one of the most dangerous places on Earth with director Frank Poulsen, as he travels to DR Congo to see the illegal mine industry with his own eyes. He gets access to Congo’s largest tin mine, which is being controlled by different armed groups, and where children work for days in...
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SpotlightBloodintheMobilePromo
From: Link TV on Fri, Jul 08 2011 7:05 PM
During the last 15 years the civil war in the DR Congo has killed over 5 million people and 300,000 women have been raped. Blood in the Mobile reveals the connection between our cell phones and the conflict in the Congo.
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SeekingPeaceandSeekingJusticeTheICCUganda
From: Link TV on Fri, Jul 08 2011 7:05 PM
The 16-minute film module Seeking Peace and Seeking Justice: The ICC and Uganda explores how the ICC’s involvement in Uganda has sparked conversation and action throughout Ugandan society. For example, in the bush, LRA leaders have used the arrest warrants as a bargaining chip in peace negotiati...
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InternationalLawTestingtheLimitsTheICCDarfur
From: Link TV on Fri, Jul 08 2011 7:05 PM
In recent years, charges of genocide have been leveled against the government of Sudan for violent attacks on Darfuris. In 2005, the United Nations Security Council asked the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate these charges. The 13-minute film module International Law, Testing the...
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NigeriaTheEdgeofJoy
From: Link TV on Thu, Jul 07 2011 4:41 PM
The West African nation of Nigeria has the second highest number of maternal deaths in the world. More than thirty-six thousand women die here each year trying to have babies. But the country is beginning to fight back and slowly starting to see results. Then, mobile phones and computers have tr...
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FourKhmerRougeleaderschargedwithgenocide
From: Link TV on Sun, Jul 03 2011 7:56 AM
(LinkAsia - July 1, 2011) Last surviving leaders of ultra-communist Khmer Rouge on trial for war crimes and genocide. Broadcaster: VTV4, 6/27
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LinkAsiaNews070111
From: Link TV on Sun, Jul 03 2011 7:56 AM
(LinkAsia: July 1, 2011) Thais go to the polls on Sunday, with Yingluck Shinawatra, former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s sister, in the lead. Four Khmer Rouge leaders finally go to trial for crimes against humanity. A Japanese entrepreneur finds a way to make millions behind bars. Staying ...
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IndianandPakistaniOfficialsAgreetoDisagree
From: Link TV on Sun, Jul 03 2011 7:56 AM
(LinkAsia - July 1, 2011) No agreements between Indian and Pakistani foreign ministers on disputes like the Mumbai terrorist attack and Kashmir. Broadcaster: Express 24/7, 6/24/2011
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MosaicNews062911WorldNewsFromTheMiddleEast
From: Link TV on Thu, Jun 30 2011 7:57 AM
Martyrs' Day of Rage erupts in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, Bahraini opposition group deems national dialogue a sham, dozens of Yemeni troops defect to the opposition, and more.
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MosaicNews062811WorldNewsFromTheMiddleEastVIDEO
From: Link TV on Wed, Jun 29 2011 2:28 AM

Sudan’s Bashir defies ICC arrest warrant with visit to China, Russia warns Syria against descending into a Libya-style war, Moroccans react to the king's proposed constitutional reforms, and more.



Russia warns Syria against descending into a Libya-style war
Al Jazeera...
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MosaicNews062711WorldNewsFromTheMiddleEastVIDEO
From: Link TV on Tue, Jun 28 2011 11:47 PM

ICC issues arrest warrants for Gaddafi and son, Syrian opposition leaders meet for the first time in Damascus, Israel orders Navy to intercept Gaza aid flotilla, and more.



ICC issues arrest warrants for Gaddafi and son
Al Jazeera TV, Qatar

Syrian opposition lead...
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FlanneryWhyWeCanBeOptimisticAboutClimateChange
From: Link TV on Fri, Jun 17 2011 7:55 AM
Global warming activist Tim Flannery responds to fears that human nature is not suited for the massive action that is required to combat climate change. Despite recent setbacks in reaching a global climate accord, he explains, individual countries have taken it upon themselves to reduce emission...
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SecondChanceforSaudiTerrorist
From: Link TV on Fri, Jun 17 2011 7:55 AM
In the past two decades, Saudi Arabia realised that it was becoming a breeding-ground for young terrorists. 15 of the 19 hijackers involved in the 9/11 attacks were Saudi citizens - and since then terror groups have become active on home soil. The Saudis have had to think of creative ways to def...
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JeffRubinRisingOilPricesWillKillGlobalization
From: Link TV on Fri, Jun 10 2011 11:19 PM
Economist Jeff Rubin says that triple-digit oil prices will affect more than consumer behavior at the pump in the coming years. Rubin predicts that the rising price of oil will spell the end of the globalization boom that cheap oil has fueled over the past few decades.
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MovingtheMountainPromo
From: Link TV on Tue, Jun 07 2011 5:28 PM
Through stock footage, re-enactments, and interviews with witnesses, Moving the Mountain tells the story of the 1989 pro-democracy movement in China that culminated in a deadly government crackdown on protesters in Tiananmen Square.
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