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December 11, 2013
PRI's The World: 12/11/2013 The US suspends non-lethal aid to Syrian rebels after a US-supplied warehouse falls into the hands of extremist factions. Plus, Pope Francis re-brands Catholicism and earns Time's "Person of the Year." Also, a charitable foundation is the highest bidder for Hopi tribal masks and vows to return them to the Hopi Nation.
PRI's The World: 12/10/2013 Thousands of leaders and South Africans gather in the pouring rain to remember Nelson Mandela. Plus, as politicians gathered there was one handshake shown around the world. And, a classic American icon revs up for overseas markets
PRI's The World: 12/09/2013 We take a look at the continuing protests in Ukraine, as the country's divide continues between east and west. Also, a rare glimpse into the closed-door politics of North Korea as leader Kim Jong Un has his uncle, and former mentor, arrested. Plus, a ride down one of the wildest ziplines on the planet.
US considers sanctions against Ukraine The US state department says it is considering all options, including sanctions, towards Ukraine after riot police moved in on protesters.
Thousands file past Mandela's body South Africans queue in their thousands to view the body of former President Nelson Mandela, which is lying in state for three days.
Australia court bans gay marriage Australia's high court has overturned legislation allowing gay marriage in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
Steel manufacturing going strong
Steel industry is picking up post-government shutdown.
Why are cell phone carriers rejecting the 'kill switch'?
The 'kill switch' is an anti-theft technology designed for cell phones. But not everyone is on board. Now the Attorney General of New York wants to know why.
Not every print magazine is dying. Here's one that's 100 years old.
The magazine is going strong, even though it's subject isn't what it once was in this country.