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December 25, 2014
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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.
PRI's The World: 12/23/2014 North Korea's Internet is back up after a series of outages over the past 24 hours. No one's really sure why it went down, or who might be behind it. But exactly who is online in North Korea, and what are they seeing on a daily basis? Also, a filmmaker and Muslim convert talked about helping in the production of a PBS documentary on the Hajj, the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca. Plus, we profile the woman known as the "grandmother of computers."
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Tsunami-hit nations mark anniversary A memorial is held in Indonesia for the victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami - the first in a series of events marking the 10th anniversary of the disaster.
Xbox and PlayStation online crash Xbox and PlayStation online services have been suffering technical problems, amid claims a hacking group has disabled their services.
AU troops killed in al-Shabab attack African Union troops regain control of their base in the Somali capital Mogadishu after an al-Shabab attack that killed three peacekeepers.
In need of a white Christmas? Head to Hawaii
A rare blizzard is leaving snow on the islands.
You can copyright music, so why not a food recipe?
Food recipes can't be copyrighted. But how come?
Sean Parker donates $24 million for allergy research
A tech entrepreneur's multi-million dollar gift to Stanford University walks the line between charity and self-interest.
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