July 28, 2009 Abdul Sattar Edhi, 82, has devoted his life to the destitute of Karachi, burying the city's forgotten and giving fresh life to its abandoned newborns. His pioneering work has been compared to Mother Teresa's, and donations to his vast network have already topped $36 million this year.
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July 26, 2009 Guy Raz talks with New Yorker writer Ian Frazier about his two-part article on Siberia. Frazier spent 10 years visiting and researching Siberia, and learned Russian along the way. He joins us to talk about the epic journey that led to his article.
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July 26, 2009 The heat is rising for Vietnamese activists as the government launches a major crackdown on dissent. The international community, including the United States, has protested — and has been told, politely, it's not their business.
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July 21, 2009 A year after a massive earthquake devastated southwestern China, the struggle to recover goes on for the millions who lost loved ones and were left homeless. All Things Considered host Melissa Block and producer Andrea Hsu returned to Sichuan for a series of reports on the recovery, rebuilding, and rebirth of this ruined land.
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