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September 1, 2014
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PRI's The World: 9/01/2014 Anti-government protestors stormed the state television headquarters in Islamabad, Pakistan. Authorities have restored order but the demonstration raises fears of a coup. Also, new proposals to deal with so-called "home-grown extremists" in the UK. And a Liberian DJ who's dedicated himself to spreading health messages about Ebola.
PRI's The World: 8/29/2014 The UK raises its terror alert level from "substantial" to "severe" in light of the developments in Syria and Iraq. Also, a weapons researcher analyzes online photos and videos for clues to the wars in Ukraine and the Middle East. And the Hello Kitty phenomenon and its roots.
PRI's The World: 8/28/2014 Much of the focus about undocumented immigrants in the US has focused on Latinos, but many Asians are also undocumented and are less vocal about coming out of the shadows. And the war in Ukraine heats up while Russia's involvement only intensifies. Plus, an art project that has people digging for gold in England.
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Ukraine hit by military setbacks Ukraine suffers a series of military setbacks, as hundreds of troops are taken prisoner and its forces withdraw from a key airport.
US works to free trio in N Korea The White House says securing the release of three American citizens detained in North Korea is a "top priority", after they appealed for help.
'Cloud' concerns after celeb leaks Experts have raised concerns over the security of "cloud" storage sites following the leak of intimate pictures of celebrities.
PODCAST: Economic effects of protests in Hong Kong
Plus: bad luck for Atlantic City casinos and reporting food poisoning on Twitter
Insurers find wiggle room in requirement to cover all
Some health insurers are discouraging the sickest patients from enrolling.
LinkedIn censors its members in China...globally
Company says it censors posts from China "to protect the safety" of its members.
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