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In Zimbabwe, Will Next Election Be More Peaceful?

Host Scott Simon talks with NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton about Zimbabwe's upcoming presidential election and efforts to alleviate its international isolation.
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Afghan Mineral Treasures Stay Buried, Hostages To Uncertainty

Afghanistan is believed to be home to world-class mineral deposits, valued at up to $3 trillion and offering hope for the country's economic future. But in the current environment of uncertainty, investors are nervous and it could be many years before Afghanistan strikes pay dirt.
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French President Signs Same-Sex Marriage Into Law

Parliament had passed the legislation in April, but the main opposition party challenged its constitutionality. A ruling by the Constitutional Council on Friday paved the way for President Francois Hollande's official blessing.
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Toronto Mayor Blames Newspaper For Cocaine Video

The Toronto Star says its reporters have seen a video that purportedly shows Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine.
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Need A Tattoo Translated? Forget The British Foreign Office

British consular officials say they've gotten odd requests over the past year, ranging from help in getting Olympic tickets to checking the credentials of an online date.
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'We Steal Secrets: The Story Of Wikileaks'

Oscar-winning documentary filmmmaker Alex Gibney joins Kojo in the studio to discuss his latest work, which explores the history of Wikileaks and the personal stories of Julian Assange and Bradley Manning.

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Cross-Cultural (Mis)Understanding

Kojo and diversity consultant Howard Ross explore what it means to be culturally competent -- whether you're a tourist visiting a country for the first time, or an executive closing an international business deal.

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