BWF Referee Torsten Berg, center, urges Indonesia's Greysia Polii, center, and Meilana Jauhari, bottom right, and South Korea's Ha Jung Eun, back right, to play fairly in their women's doubles badminton match during the London 2012 Olympic Games in London on Tuesday. Adek Berry /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ashley Milne-Tyte reporting for 'Morning Edition'

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Former Ambassador Ryan Crocker speaks with Renee Montagne

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