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October 10, 2015
PRI's The World: 10/09/2015 Today we bring you the story behind this year's Nobel Peace Prize winners, the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet. We also hear about a photographer's effort to document the things that ended up in the trash at an immigrant processing facility in Arizona. Plus, a VW dealer in Colorado weighs in on the company's recent woes.
PRI's The World: 10/08/2015 Coral reefs are in big trouble worldwide. We'll examine the role climate change plays and what the solutions are. Plus, we hear about an athlete called "Faker." He lives in Seoul and has been dubbed the Lebron James of computer gaming. Also, you've never heard an Irish band quite like Hare Squead. They're a group based in Dublin, with roots in Congo and Egypt.
PRI's The World: 10/07/2015 The humanitarian group Doctors Without Borders demands an independent probe into the deadly US air strike on its Afghan hospital. Also, Kurdish activists accuse Facebook of censoring what they post. Plus, the grandmaster of international spy thrillers, Frederick Forsyth, talks about his new autobiography.
More than 80 dead in Ankara blasts Two blasts at a peace rally in the Turkish capital Ankara kill at least 86 people in the deadliest attack of its kind in recent Turkish history.
North Korea 'ready to defend itself' North Korea's Kim Jong-un says his country could defend itself in any war started by the US, at a mass rally to mark the 70th anniversary of its ruling party.
Russia and US to hold Syria air talks Russia will hold more talks with the US on air safety during the two countries' Syrian bombing campaigns, says the Pentagon.
"Blood & Oil" inspired by North Dakota's Bakken fields
An '1894 Gold Rush set in the middle of the prairie.'
Rising Medicare premiums mean a big increase for some
Even state budgets could take a hit.
The Transaction: The Bar Tab
Two strangers, a bathroom emergency and an unpaid bar tab.