Last updated 1:32PM ET
May 19, 2013
PRI's The World - May 17, 2013 Hundreds of garment factories reopened in Bangladesh after three days of protests about pay and working conditions. We hear from some survivors of the devastating factory collapse in Dhaka. Also, an Italian photographer documents old Hollywood sets in North Africa. And the power of political cartoons to rattle despots and citizens alike. Those stories and more on PRI's The World.
PRI's The World - May 16, 2013 How the scandals rocking the Obama Administration look to the world outside the US. Also, the push to improve conditions for domestic workers, many of whom are immigrant women. Plus, protests over Berlin's new Barbie Dreamhouse Experience.
PRI's The World - May 15, 2013 The struggle between press freedom and national security, also, wrestling puts the US, Iran and Russia all on the same page for a change. And, is it normal to pay 21 dollars for an ice cream? It is, apparently, if you're a tourist visiting Rome.
Syria army storms rebel-held town Heavy fighting is reported in the besieged Syrian town of Qusair as state forces launch a major offensive to re-capture the rebel stronghold.
Murdered Pakistan politician buried The funeral of the murdered vice-president of Pakistan's PTI party, Zahra Shahid Hussain, is held at a mosque in Karachi.
Nadal hammers Federer in Rome final Rafael Nadal drops only four games as he beats Roger Federer to win his seventh Italian Open title.
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