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December 28, 2014
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PRI's The World: 12/26/2014 Remembering the December 26, 2004 tsunami, the most powerful ever recorded. It took the lives of nearly a quarter of a million people. Plus, the veteran behind the website War Ink, which shows examples of how soldiers are commemorating their experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan with tattoos. And we find out why Meggy Weggy, the stuffed kitty from Massachusetts, has been spotted over Tokyo.
PRI's The World: 12/25/2014 Iraqi Christians celebrate the holiday - as refugees in Jordan. The Daily Show's Aasif Mandvi talks about being Indian and Muslim at Christmastime. And... Marco Werman tours Boston's neighborhoods to find the best ethnic foods.
PRI's The World: 12/24/2014 A pilot from US-ally Jordan is captured by ISIS. We get Jordanian reaction. How Cubans have been getting the Internet - on foot. And a new look at Dylan Thomas, with new music for his Child's Christmas in Wales.
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Search resumes for AirAsia plane Search planes and ships resume the hunt for AirAsia Indonesia flight QZ8501, which went missing over the Java Sea with 162 people on board.
Fire forces Italy ferry evacuation An Italian ferry which caught fire on route to Italy with 478 people on board is being evacuated amid choppy seas and high winds.
Nato marks Afghan mission change Nato formally ends its 13-year combat mission in Afghanistan at a ceremony marking the beginning of a new phase of support for Afghan troops.
Addicted to TV Obsessions: Erin Mallory Long
This is the time of year that holiday-themed movies... even ones you seen dozens of times before, can feel like they're on an endless loop on TV.
Your Wallet: New Year, New Job
Are you planning to jump start your job search?
The science and art of stocking holiday shelves
Retailers make educated guesses when ordering inventory. Their misfires make great after-Christmas deals.
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