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December 2, 2016
PRI's The World: 12/01/2016 Today we explore what's next for US-Pakistan relations under a President Trump. We also hear about a schoolteacher in Afghanistan who faced down the Taliban. Plus, we bring you the story of a Swedish town that just can't keep a giant straw goat from burning.
PRI's The World: 11/30/2016 The US Supreme Court considers indefinite detention of immigrants. Also, US President-elect Donald Trump's apparent deal to keep manufacturing jobs in Indiana. And, more Danish commuters are now biking into Copenhagen than driving.
PRI's The World: 11/29/2016 On today's show, Cuban artist and dissident Tania Bruguera shares her thoughts about the passing of Fidel Castro. Plus, Felix Contreras, the host of Alt.Latino, a weekly podcast and radio show from NPR about Latino arts and culture, talks about the Cuban band Los Van Van, and its controversial blend of music and politics. We also hear how a headless corpse helped redraw the border between Belgium and Holland.
Gambia's Adama Barrow says shock win heralds 'new hope' Property developer Adama Barrow says his shock win of the Gambian poll heralds new hope for the country.
Trump supporters challenge recount bid in Rust Belt states Donald Trump's supporters try to block vote recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan.
Chapecoense plane crash: Survivor 'may play football again' A footballer who survived a plane crash in Colombia may be able to play again, his father says.
A $720 pair of Nikes that will tie its own laces
The November jobs report, financial literacy in Louisiana public schools, and self-tying Nike sneakers.
What?s next for Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz?
He?ll focus on the company?s fancy coffee pursuits.
Those who live and work in Tennessee towns hit by deadly fire grapple with uncertainty
The resort towns of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tenn. are trying to come to terms with the loss of life, homes and livelihood.