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Zooming In: Olympics Day Five

Bringing you the top Olympic stories that aren't covered in the USA! USA! USA!

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Zooming In: Olympics Day Four

Bringing you the top Olympic stories that aren't covered in the USA! USA! USA!

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Zooming In: Olympics Day One

Bringing you the top Olympic stories that aren't covered in the USA! USA! USA!

World

If You Say Something, See Something

An American in Prague asks the US State Department for advice.

Media

Iraq's (and Journalism's) Cloudy Future

Former Newsweek foreign correspondent Larry Kaplow tells Gelf what it's like to cover Baghdad from inside and outside the Green Zone.

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Beautiful Breasts and Bloodthirsty Billionaires

The rich prey on the poor, a Russian child is raised like a pet, and advances for female politicians around the world in this edition of Zooming In.

World

Trying to Understand the Mahmudiyah Massacre

In 2006, a group of American soldiers brutally raped a young Iraqi girl and murdered her and her family. Gelf talks to some of the soldiers convicted of the crimes.

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T.G.I. Fortizza

Gelf highlights overlooked coverage from local media around the world. In this edition: Putin Paints, Kenyans Celebrate Obama, and Malta closes an historic symbol of globalization.

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Lashing Out at the Saudis

Gelf highlights overlooked coverage from local media around the world. In this edition: Weed wars in the Netherlands, England unearths asylum records, and China trades pandas for peace with Taiwan.

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Election '08: The View from Abroad

Gelf highlights overlooked coverage from local media around the world. In this special election edition: Castro endorses, Kenya celebrates, Pakistan shrugs, and Russia sneers.

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