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November 25, 2015
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PRI's The World: 11/24/2015 Turkish forces shoot down a Russian fighter jet on the border between Syria and Turkey. The Turks insist the Russian plane was in their airspace, but the Russians disagree. Plus, Muslims in the West talk about occupuying a Muslim "gray zone." Also, we take a look at a couple of immigrant entrepreneurs in Los Angeles who are trying to take their success beyond their own ethnic communities.
PRI's The World: 11/23/2015 Brussels is on lockdown for the third day in a row, as authorities continue to hunt for surviving suspects in the Paris attacks. Plus, we bring you a profile of one of the many Canadians who are sponsoring Syrian refugees. We also take a look at the new leader of Argentina.
PRI's The World: 11/20/2015 We hear about a new attack ? this time in the West African nation of Mali, where more than 100 people were taken hostage. Plus, a former State Department official explains how procedures have changed when dealing with the hostage standoffs. Also, it's been one week since the attacks in Paris. We check in a mother and daughter in Paris who are responded in two very different ways.
World Headlines
Missing Russian pilot 'alive and well' A Russian pilot missing after Turkey downed his fighter jet is alive and well and back at an airbase in Syria, Russia's defence minister says.
2015 likely to be warmest on record Temperatures across the globe are likely to break records in 2015 with readings running "well above" any previous year, scientists say.
Brussels metro and schools reopen Schools and many metro stations in Brussels reopen after being shut four days ago in a security crackdown following the Paris attacks.
Codebreaker - Is It Evil? Ep 3: The Dark Web
Marketplace and Tech Insider dive into the dark web.
College enrollment drops among low-income students
Despite billions of dollars invested, college access still lags.
Food Instagrammers turning photography into careers
What if you got paid for all those Instagram pictures of your dinner?
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