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October 14, 2015
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PRI's The World: 10/13/2015 The Democratic candidates may not want to talk about foreign policy during tonight's debate. But they're going to have to, and we hear why. Also, Russia has its own spin on the investigation into the missile strike that downed a Malaysia Airlines jet over Ukraine last year. Plus, we hear about the move to cover up Playboy's playmates. It isn't all about the brand.
PRI's The World: 10/12/2015 We gauge the mood in the wake of the bombings in Ankara over the weekend, which claimed the lives of nearly 100 people, from eastern Turkey to the Kurdish region of Turkey near the Syrian border. Later, we ask if being multilingual helps stave off the effects of dementia. Plus, we'll hear about the annual beach sculpture competition in Bermuda.
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.
World Headlines
Clinton attacks Sanders on gun laws Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton says rival Bernie Sanders is weak on gun control, as sparks fly at a presidential debate in Las Vegas.
US-Russia talks after Syria 'near miss' The US and Russia are to hold new talks on air safety in Syria after it emerged combat aircraft from both nations recently came within miles of each other.
Warring foxes take top photo prize A picture of a red fox standing over the bloodied body of an Arctic fox wins the prestigious 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
Millennials: stressed but confident about finances
A lot of that anxiety seems to come from debt.
A new generation discovers the good old TV antenna
They aren't usually rabbit ears, but the signal receivers are popular again.
'The X-Files': Then and now
The iconic series is returning to TV, and the competition is out there.
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