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Europe
7:36 am
Wed September 26, 2012

Greeks Take To Streets In Anti-Austerity Protests

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

People are not getting much work done in parts of Europe. Last night, there were violent protests in Spain. They were protests against austerity measures, which is also the case in Greece, where a nationwide strike came today. It closed businesses and schools, and reporter Joanna Kakissis is following the story from Athens.

Joanna, what's been happening?

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Food
4:13 am
Wed September 26, 2012

Cheap Cheese Smuggled Across Canadian Border

Originally published on Wed September 26, 2012 8:17 am

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Around the Nation
4:06 am
Wed September 26, 2012

See You Later Alligator, At My Kid's Party

Originally published on Wed September 26, 2012 7:36 am

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Animals
3:30 am
Wed September 26, 2012

Tourists Banned From India's Tiger Reserves

A tiger is seen in June 2008 at Sariska Tiger Reserve in the western state of Rajasthan, India, after being shifted from Ranthambore National Park. In an attempt to help revive western India's tiger population, a female tiger was airlifted to join a male at the national reserve.
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Originally published on Wed September 26, 2012 11:27 am

Can tigers and tourists coexist? The debate is rumbling through India, where the Supreme Court has temporarily banned tourism in core areas of the country's 41 tiger reserves. The unexpected and controversial ruling is aimed at protecting the last of India's 1,700 tigers.

Up until the late 1960s, big game hunters trod the forests of Rajasthan's Ranthambore National Park, part of a sprawling tiger reserve southwest of Delhi. Under the court's recent ban, spotting one of India's big cats — a tiger or the more elusive leopard — inside the park is forbidden.

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Africa
2:24 am
Wed September 26, 2012

Liberia To Investigate Logging Of Rainforests

Originally published on Wed September 26, 2012 7:36 am

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

And let's go next to West Africa, where logging rights to more than 60 percent of Liberia's virgin rainforests have been granted to forestry companies since President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf came to power six years ago. A British advocacy group says the majority of those contracts are unregulated and warns of fraud and mismanagement. The government of Liberia says it is commissioning a full-scale investigation.

Tamasin Ford reports from Liberia.

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