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  • Millions of Ukrainians without heat and power after more airstrikes
    As evidence of atrocities continue to surface in Ukraine, calls for war crimes tribunals are growing. Putting a leader on trial isn't easy though. Today, The World looks back at the trial of Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic, who oversaw the ethnic cleansing and bloodshed that enveloped the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s. A pivotal witness against Milosovic was someone on the inside. Also, millions of Ukrainians are without heat and power after another round of brutal Russian air strikes. But Ukrainians remain largely united in their resolve. One case: Ukraine's philharmonic continued to play, even in the darkness. And, the death toll from an earthquake in Indonesia this week has topped 300. At least two dozen people are still missing. We speak with an emergency aid worker about the challenges they're facing. Plus, Thanksgiving may just barely be over, but cities across Europe are already geared up for Christmas. That normally means elaborate light displays and temporary ice skating rinks. But with the war in Ukraine and high energy bills, some cities are doing things a bit differently this year. We can’t thank you enough for listening to and supporting The World. If you haven’t given yet, there is still time! If you donate $100 during our fall drive, you will be personally thanked on this podcast in early 2023. Learn more and give today!
    11/25/2022
    47:45
  • A Thanksgiving food special
    We bring you a special Thanksgiving Day show today that’s all about food. Find out where modern-day wheat comes from. And, how a British chef became a Mexican cooking legend. Also, more on electric chopsticks that make food taste saltier. Plus, tips on how to eat your Christmas tree after the holidays instead of kicking it to the curb. We can’t thank you enough for listening to and supporting The World. If you haven’t given yet, there is still time! If you donate $100 during our fall drive, you will be personally thanked on this podcast in early 2023. Learn more and give today!
    11/24/2022
    47:28
  • Protests in China at the world’s largest Apple iPhone factory
    Protests have erupted at the world's largest Apple iPhone factory in China over strict COVID-19 lockdowns, lack of pay and poor working conditions. And, when the Soviet Union ended, Western culture rushed in — including “Sesame Street.” But adapting the American “Muppets” to 1990s Russia meant culture clashes and encounters with darker forces in post-Soviet media. Also, many municipalities in France are not showing World Cup games in big public places. That's in protest for the way Qatar has handled human rights. We can’t thank you enough for listening to and supporting The World. If you haven’t given yet, there is still time! If you donate $100 during our fall drive, you will be personally thanked on this podcast in early 2023. Learn more and give today!
    11/23/2022
    47:01
  • Stunning upset at World Cup
    There was a stunning upset at the World Cup on Tuesday as Saudi Arabia beat heavily favored Argentina 2-1. At center stage, Argentina's Lionel Messi, arguably the greatest player in the world. At age 35, this may be Messi's last chance to win the World Cup. Also, US state laws have put limits on abortion options for many women. That's increased the sales of mail-order abortion pills from the Netherlands. And, a 5.6-magnitude earthquake hit Indonesia on Monday, leaving more than 200 dead. Plus, one mystery of the Basque language is closer to being solved. It was thought that Basque was largely just a spoken language. But a new archaeological discovery in Spain has linguists thinking differently. We can’t thank you enough for listening to and supporting The World. If you haven’t given yet, there is still time! If you donate $100 during our fall drive, you will be personally thanked on this podcast in early 2023. Learn more and give today!
    11/22/2022
    47:26
  • At UN conference, countries agree to pay for climate change damages
    The UN climate conference wrapped up this weekend. And for the first time, wealthier nations have agreed to pay for damage caused by climate change in developing countries. Though the devil is in the details, nations feeling the environmental impacts say just agreeing to find a framework for "loss and damage" funding is still a big step forward. Also, Russian forces buried around 400 Ukrainians in a mass grave in a forest near the city of Izium in northeastern Ukraine. Authorities are trying to piece together what happened there. And, who's going to win the World Cup? An Oxford mathematician has a pretty good guess. Plus, a musician's mission for the LGBTQ community in Brazil. Murder rates of trans and queer people in Brazil are among the highest in the world, and Bia Ferreira wants to inform and protect the LGBTQ community there. We can’t thank you enough for listening to and supporting The World. If you haven’t given yet, there is still time! If you donate $100 during our fall drive, you will be personally thanked on this podcast in early 2023. Learn more and give today!
    11/21/2022
    47:43

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