Islamist fighters no longer control most of Mali’s major towns in the north. Worldview examines what is next for the nation. Milos Stehlik takes a tour of Egypt's century-old film industry. And, get tips on how to plan your international weekend.
A group of Republican and Democratic senators have come out strong in support of immigration reform. And a new play at Chicago Shakespeare Theater sheds light on life and sex in Europe's last dictatorship.
On today's show: The current political, economic and social conditions in Haiti with Bob Maguire, of the Latin America and Hemispheric Studies Program of the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University. Plus your Weekend Passport.
On today's show: Worldview film contributor Milos Stehlik talks about this years’ nominees for best foreign language film. We answer a listener’s question to 'Curious City' about why so many refugees live in Chicago’s far North Side. The founders of Operation Asha talk about their mission.