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Behind The Protests In Libya And Pakistan

Protests in Libya and Pakistan are prompting calls to reign in militias and retaliate for an anti-Muslim video. Kojo explores reaction to the death of a U.S. ambassador and the bounty on the head of an American filmmaker.

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More Protests In Muslim Nations; Some Violence

Tens of thousands of anti-American protesters have taken to the streets again. In Pakistan, at least one person has been killed today.
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Woman Who Popularized Fresco Of Jesus Wants A Cut

The Spanish woman who messed up when she tried to restore a 19th-century fresco of Jesus, now wants a piece of the action from the $2,600 her church has collected from tourists coming to see the ruined artwork. A court battle is expected.
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Record Soap Bubble Holds 181 people

Canadian performing artist Fan Yang set a Guinness record for number of people enclosed in a soap bubble. Yang burst the previous record by getting 181 people — arms at their sides — to resist the urge to poke the bubble as it slowly rose around them.
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Colombian Drug Kingpin 'Crazy Berrara' Captured

This week brought news of the arrest of Colombia's "last great drug kingpin." Renee Montagne talks to to former U.S. Ambassador to Colombia Myles Frechette about the capture of drug lord Daniel "El Loco" Barrera in neighboring Venezuela.

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