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Worldview 7.27.12

A Police officer talks on his radio outside of the Century 16 theater where 12 people were killed and 58 injured at a shooting in Aurora, Colorado, Friday, July 20, 2012. (AP/Ed Andrieski)

The film industry has struggled to respond to the mass shooting in the Aurora, Colorado movie theater that killed 12 and injured 58 more. Worldview film contributor Milos Stehlik examines the massacre’s implications for Hollywood, an industry that has long profited from audience appetite for violence.

Then, Illinois’ trade with African nations is small but developing, especially in the agribusiness sector. Markets for consumer goods and communication and information technologies are steadily growing. WBEZ business reporter Niala Boodhoo talks with Michal Camunez, the assistant secretary of commerce for market access and compliance for the International Trade Administration, a body charged with promoting U.S. industry and strengthening trade relationships abroad.

And in our Weekend Passport segment, Worldview contributor Narimon Safavi helps you travel the world this weekend without leaving Chicago.

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