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Worldview: Unrest in Egypt, gays in Honduras and birds of paradise caught on film
Violence continued on the streets of Egypt for the fifth straight day. Gays face violence and oppression in post-coup Honduras. Photographer Tim Laman and ornithologist Ed Scholes find out more about rare species of birds in New Guinea.
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Political unrest and violence continues across Egypt
Protests were ignited by the death sentences given 21 fans for their roles in a soccer riot last year. On Sunday, President Mohamed Morsi declared a state of emergency anddeployed the army to several cities to control the violence, which hasleft at least 50 people dead. Ahmed Rehab, executive director of CAIR-Chicago joins us to discuss the latest political unrest.
Protests Grow on Fifth Day of Unrest in EgyptIn Port Said, where the police lost control at the weekend and where marchers on Monday said they no longer recognized Mr. Morsi’s author…
Being gay in Honduras
According to human rights reports, 87 LGBT Honduranshave been systematically murdered since the 2009 coup in Honduras. PepePalacios, a key gay leader from Honduras, and Gary Cozette from the ChicagoReligious Leadership Network on Latin America describe the atrocities facinggays in the Central American nation.
Honduras is test of new U.S. policy on gay rights - World Wires - MiamiHerald.comMcClatchy Newspapers SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras - From U.N. chambers to the halls of the State Department, global pressure on countries to …
Rare birds of paradise captured on film in natural habitat for first time
Photographer Tim Laman teamed up with ornithologist Ed Scholes to findout more about rare species of birds in New Guinea. They collected their workand travels for the new book Birds of Paradise: Revealing the World’s MostExtraordinary Birds. Laman and Scholes stop by Worldview to discussthe numerous birds-of-paradise species, never-before captured in theirnatural habitat.
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