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Illegal Migration From Africa Is Now An Industry, Ethnographer Says
Renee Montagne talks to Ruben Andersson, who studies West African migrants trying to reach Europe. He says most efforts to control clandestine migration will only make the situation worse.
Navajo Nation Witnesses Changing Landscape: Growing Sand Dunes
A U.S. Geological Survey researcher says she's worried about the Navajo because drought, combined with increasing temperatures, are making it harder for them to live in the harsh conditions.
Sponsors Monitor Corruption Charges Against Soccer Officials
The arrest of 7 FIFA officials in Zurich is raising questions for corporations that underwrite soccer's main event, the World Cup. Coca-Cola, Adidas and others are withholding public comment for now.
Soccer Indictments Outline Schemes Involving Sports Marking Firms
Most of the charges relate to bribes paid by sports marketing executives to secure lucrative marketing and media rights. One of the companies named has its North American headquarters in Miami.
Families In Houston Begin Cleaning Up After Devastating Floods
Texas and Oklahoma are recovering from storms, with more bodies being discovered as floodwaters recede. In Houston, one of the most damaged areas, thousands are working on flooded homes and cars.
Nebraska Lawmakers Override Veto; Abolish Death Penalty
Nebraska's governor had tried to veto a bill repealing the death penalty but the one-house legislature overrode the veto. Nebraska has executed only three prisoners since the 1950s, the last in 1997.
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