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Abuse Allegations Against U.N. Peacekeepers Raise Troubling Questions
The U.N. Human Rights official who gave French authorities a report detailing abuse claims at a Central African Republic camp, is back at work. He faces questions about whether he broke protocol.
Documentary Spotlights Perfectly Accessorized Iris Apfel
Renowned documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles' last film, Iris, is a portrait of 93-year-old style icon and self-described "geriatric starlet" Iris Apfel.
Sculptor Chris Burden Dies At 69
The art world has lost a pioneering figure. Chris Burden began as a performance artist and left a public work that's now a symbol for Los Angeles. He died Sunday after a long illness.
Politics In The News: Patriot Act
Lawmakers in Congress will be negotiating whether to extend the Patriot Act. That's the law written following the September 11th attacks, designed to thwart future acts of terrorism in the U.S.
Courier Strike In Berlin Keeps ATMs From Being Replenished
Couriers who re-fill ATMs in Berlin have been on strike for more than a week, and there's no end in sight. That's a problem in a country where almost 80 percent of all transactions are cash payments.
African Musicians Team Up For Song Against Xenophobia
The collaboration with South African group Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Mali's Salif Keita comes as South Africa deals with an eruption of violence against mainly African foreigners.
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