15 Jan 2013
00:00 / 00:00
15 January 2013
01 hour 48 minutes
We discuss 335 prisoners recently released in Iraq, assess Russia’s plan to send an unmanned spacecraft to the Moon in 2015, and learn about Egypt’s fastest growing female sport: roller derby.
15 January 2013
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