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November 26, 2015
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PRI's The World: 11/25/2015 Even under normal circumstances, Thanksgiving is a hard time to travel, but this year, the holiday season is getting under way amid a worldwide travel alert issued by the US State Department. Also today, we highlight a new series of reports about meth production and distribution in Asia. Plus, we hear how Muslims in one Canadian town are dealing with a suspected hate crime against their local mosque.
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.
World Headlines
Audio of 'warning' to Russia jet issued The Turkish military releases an audio recording of what it says were warnings to a Russian warplane before it was shot down on the Syrian border.
Koreas in rare talks to improve ties Officials from North and South Korea are meeting for rare talks aimed at improving long-strained ties, after a military standoff in August.
Facebook wife-killer convicted in US A man who killed his wife and posted a photo of the corpse on Facebook is found guilty of murder by a jury in Florida.
Thanksgiving in the Jungle
Quartz and Marketplace look at the current refugee crisis.
Insurance companies getting into the firefighting game
Santa Ana winds in excess of 50 mph can spread fires quicker than ever.
Britain says it's a world-beater on curbing emissions
Some environmentalists question Britain's claim to be a leader on climate change.
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