Sports Betting Community Asia and Asia Gambling Brief returns to Manila with “Winter Warmer”

That’s precisely why everybody is invited to attend, so if you haven’t registered for the event, you can do so now to guarantee your entry to one of the most anticipated iGaming socials in the calendar.

As always, CalvinAyre.com will be on hand to cover all the fun and  festivities that has been a staple at events like this. Remember, doors to the event will open at 7 pm so get your attires ready, bring out those business cards, and prepare for a night of pure unadulterated fun courtesy of the fine folks over at Sports Betting Community Asia and Asia Gambling Brief.

February 19, 2014

Dubbed “Winter Warmer” as a reference to the reset drop in temperatures in the Philippines, the new Asia iGaming Social will be held at the posh and luxurious 71 Gramercy on Friday, February 28 in Makati City.

calvin-ayre-com-media-sponsor-sbc-asia-manila-socialJust in time for the impending summer heat in the Philippines, Sports Betting Community Asia and Asia Gambling Brief are rolling out its next Asia iGaming Social in Manila.

Last September saw the first iGaming Social held in the Philippines that was hosted by Sports Betting Community Asia and Asia Gambling Brief and judging by the success of that event, expect Winter Warmer to be just as jam-packed with some of the industry’s biggest names.

And if past events are indication, Winter Warmer should be a must-attend event for anybody with any stake in the growing sports betting industry in the region.

Ezugi, EveryMatrix, First Cagayan and Footballbet.com / Betmex.net have all sponsored the event, and you won’t find a more impressive list of established companies to add more dazzle to what is shaping up to be a “circled-on-the-calendar” event.

The exclusive restaurant and lounge is situated atop the country’s tallest building, offering a breathtaking view of the Metro Manila skyline that will serve as the perfect background for industry experts to put their networking hats on and rub elbows with their colleagues and contemporaries.

If the bar was set about as high as it could get then, there’s no reason why Winter Warmer can’t exceed the turnout from Manila iGaming Social. Manila iGaming Social drew over 75 iGaming companies from all over the world, each of whom had many of their representatives in attendance during the event.

Show Schedule – CBS News

Produced by Ira Rosen and Joel Bach. Watch it now

Lady Gaga – With her outrageous costumes and mega-hit dance songs, Lady Gaga has become the world’s most talked about entertainer. David Browning is the producer. Bob Simon reports. Dr. Watch it now

Zenyatta – With the greatest American horse race coming up next week in Kentucky, 60 MINUTES takes another look at one of the greatest American thoroughbreds ever to grace a track – the nearly undefeated Zenyatta. Tom Anderson, Andy Court, Harry A. Scott Pelley reports. (This is a double-length segment.)

The Gambler – Las Vegas sports betting legend Bill Walters has never had a losing year – a winning a streak that’s made odds makers call him the “most dangerous sports bettor in Nevada.” Lara Logan reports. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT.

Al Sharpton (8 p.m. Shachar Bar-On is the producer. Scott Pelley follows the progress of one of them, a badly maimed Iraqi boy. v. Watch it now

The Spark – Bob Simon reports from Tunisia, where protests against the repressive government not only toppled its autocratic ruler, but sparked the uprising in Egypt that forced President Hosni Mubarak to resign. Watch it now

“60 Minutes Presents: Three Remarkable Women,” a special hour hosted by Morley Safer – Watch it now

The Most Expensive Food in the World – European white truffles can sell for as much as $3,600 a pound. Ira Rosen is the producer. Tom Anderson is the producer. Watch it now

The Archbishop – In a wide-ranging interview with Morley Safer, New York’s Archbishop Timothy M. Robert Anderson, Henry Schuster, Nicole Young and Daniel Ruetenik are the producers. The ranchers who breed them claim to be preserving them, a notion animal rights people strongly disagree with. Shari Finkelstein is the producer. Watch it now

Parker and Stone – Steve Kroft talks to Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of Comedy Central’s “South Park” and gets to watch the process that each week produces another scathing and hilarious episode for the biggest hit on basic cable television. PT

Descent Into Madness – 60 MINUTES talks to Jared Loughner’s friends and classmates and to ex-Secret Service, to reconstruct the pathway to mass murder he allegedly took in Tucson – a pattern this agent who once guarded the president could write a textbook about. Shari Finkelstein is the producer. Max McClellan is the producer.

Andy Rooney – Morley Safer interviews the iconic commentator about his remarkable career right before Rooney’s last regular appearance on “60 Minutes,” where he has had the final word since 1978. Jeff Newton is the producer. Shachar-Bar-On is the producer. Lesley Stahl reports. Michael Gavshon and Drew Magratten are the producers.Watch it now

Medal of Honor – The first living soldier to earn the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War tells Lara Logan in an emotional interview just what he did to be awarded the nation’s highest combat honor and how the recognition makes him uncomfortable. CNN’s Anderson Cooper reports. Watch it now

The Great Migration – Scott Pelley visits Kenya, the site of the great wildebeest migration, and looks at the threats to this natural spectacle comprised of over a million animals. DRAKE – Tom Drake, a former National Security Agency senior executive, was indicted last year for espionage after leaking allegations to the media that the nation’s largest intelligence organization had committed fraud, waste and abuse. David Martin reports. Byron Pitts reports. Watch it now

Revolution – Despite ousting the dictator whose regime repressed and tortured citizens for decades, Egyptians are now facing the same treatment from the country’s military that they endured under President Hosni Mubarak. Watch it now

Qatar -The tiny and prosperous Middle Eastern country with no income taxes and free health care is an island of calm in a sea of unrest as neighbors like Syria, Egypt and Bahrain experience social upheaval. Lara Logan reports. Scott Pelley reports. Andy Court and Michael Radutzky are the producers. Frank Devine and Michael Radutzky are the producers. Watch it now

SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 2011

Japan – Scott Pelley reports on the American team working to avert nuclear disaster in Japan after the tsunami crippled a power plant. Watch it now

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Top Gear – A quirky British television show about cars has become a hit almost everywhere but the U.S. Lesley Stahl reports. The former FBI agent reveals himself for the first time and talks about his interrogations in an interview with Lara Logan. ET/PT) – A former teammate of perhaps the world’s greatest cyclist, Lance Armstrong, says he used banned performance-enhancing substances with Armstrong to cheat in pro races, including the Tour de France, the sport’s ultimate event. Lara Logan reports. (This is a double-length segment.) Watch part one

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SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 2011

The Spark – Bob Simon reports from Tunisia, where protests against the repressive government not only toppled its autocratic ruler, but sparked the uprising in Egypt that forced President Hosni Mubarak to resign. Morley Safer tags along as Marsalis and his musicians make the scene in London and then go to Havana for a spicy Afro-Cuban musical treat. Watch it now

Wynton Marsalis – Jazz missionary Wynton Marsalis shares his love of America’s most distinctive art form by taking his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra around the world. Steve Kroft reports. Bob Simon reports. Bob Simon reports. Graham Messick and Michael Karzis are the producers. Scott Pelley reports on an annual encampment in San Diego where veterans can find hope, help and services. David Browning and Diane Beasley are the producers. Shachar Bar-On and Meghan Frank are the producers. Watch it now

SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2011

The Soldiers’ Secretary – Secretary of Defense Robert Gates in his first interview since the killing of Osama bin Laden. His efforts earned him the Medal of Honor. Max McClellan is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JAN. Tom Anderson and Coleman Cowan are the producers. is the producer. Watch it now

U.S. Ira Rosen and Gabrielle Schonder are the producers. “60 MINUTES PRESENTS: Gotti” will be broadcast on Sunday, Feb. Secretary of Defense, with massive responsibilities, including keeping Iran from producing a nuclear bomb. Henry Schuster is the producer. Oriana Zill and Michael Rey are the producers. Ruth Streeter is the

producer. Howard L. Draggan Mihailovich and Frank Devine are the producers. Byron Pitts reports. But harvests are down and a black market has emerged that has allowed an influx of inferior and cheap Chinese truffles that are diluting this lucrative market. Deirdre Naphin is the producer.Watch it now

SUNDAY, FEB. Watch it now

Lady Gaga – With her outrageous costumes and mega hit dance songs, Lady Gaga has become the world’s most talked about entertainer. Watch it now

Watch part one

SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 2011

The Murder of Louis Allen – Steve Kroft’s 18-month investigation into a 47-yr.old murder in a Mississippi town sheds light on an unsolved civil rights killing near the top of the FBI’s list. Henry Schuster is the producer. Andy Court, Kevin Livelli and Maria Usman are the producers. Watch it now

The 33 – Three months after 33 Chilean miners were rescued from a half-mile underground – where they lived in daily fear of death for 69 days – psychologists say more than 20 of them are experiencing serious mental stress. Beckett Brennan says the University of the Pacific’s board bungled her case, spurring her to come forward to say she was sexually assaulted by three of the school’s athletes. Frank Devine is the producer. Watch it now

The 33 – Four months after 33 Chilean miners were rescued from a half-mile underground, where they lived in daily fear of death for over two months, psychologists say all but one of them have experienced serious mental stress. 20, 2011

Scott Brown: Against All Odds – The Massachusetts senator describes his traumatic childhood, including revelations of sexual and physical abuse. Ruth Streeter is the producer. and most of the world’s countries limp along after the crippling recession, Brazil is off and running with jobs, industry, and resources. Karen Sughrue and Julie Holstein are the producers. Watch it now

The life and death of Vincent van Gogh – His paintings are among the most well-known in the world, just like the story of his life and death: Vincent van Gogh was a troubled genius who killed himself. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JAN. Watch it now

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2011

Madoff – In their first interview about the crimes of Bernard Madoff, the son and the wife of the man who scammed billions of dollars provide the first inside account from the immediate family. Draggan Mihailovich and Nathalie Sommer are the producers. 6, 2011

“60 MINUTES PRESENTS: GOTTI”

A SPECIAL HOUR WITH THE FIRST EXTENDED INTERVIEW OF JOHN GOTTI, JR.

John Gotti, Jr. Watch it now

SUNDAY, FEB. Morley Safer tags along as Marsalis and his musicians make the scene in London and then go to Havana for a spicy Afro-Cuban musical treat. Clem Taylor is the producer. Watch it now

Gospel for Teens – Lesley Stahl spends a year following the inspirational leader of a gospel music program for teenagers in Harlem and her students as they learn to sing this original American art form and build the confidence and character it inspires. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JULY 24, 2011

Resurrecting Eden – In Southern Iraq where many biblical scholars place the Garden of Eden, Scott Pelley finds a water world where the “Marsh Arabs” are making a comeback after Saddam nearly destroyed the “cradle of civilization.” Jenny Dubin is the producer. Lara Logan profiles Wahlberg as he prepares for his most challenging role: a boxer. Lara Logan profiles this still-rising singer whose current album, “Christmas,” is number one. Watch it now

Alone on the Wall – “60 Minutes” cameras capture a feat never documented before: viewers will see Alex Honnold scale a 1,600-foot rock wall using nothing more than his hands and feet. Deirdre Naphin is the producer. Watch it now

The N-Word – A Southern publisher’s sanitized edition of “Huckleberry Finn” that replaces the N-word with “slave” over 200 times is the focal point for a debate on the use of the controversial word in American society. Watch it now

The Library – No one is allowed to borrow from the Vatican Library, except the pope. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. Watch it now

The Secret Language of Elephants -Researchers listening to elephant sounds and observing their behavior are compiling an elephant dictionary. Watch it now

The King’s Speech – “60 Minutes” talks to its starring actor, Colin Firth, and reports on the historic find in an attic that helped make the “The King’s Speech” an Oscar favorite. And no wonder: the archive holds some of the oldest and most precious works of art and treasure known to man. Glenn Silber and Graham Messick are the producers. Michael Gavshon is the producer. Watch it now

The co-founder – Lesley Stahl speaks to Microsoft co-founder and billionaire Paul Allen in his first interview about his upcoming book in which he criticizes his Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates. Lesley Stahl reports. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 2011

Hard Times Generation – For some children, socializing and learning in school are being cruelly complicated by homelessness, as Scott Pelley reports from Florida, where school buses now stop at budget motels for children who’ve lost their homes. Bob Simon reports. Steve Kroft reports on “Top Gear,” whose witty humor, outrageous speed, destructive vehicle stunts and car reviews attract an estimated weekly worldwide audience of 350 million according to the BBC. Watch it now

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2011

There Goes the Neighborhood – Recession-fueled foreclosures are causing extremely high vacancy rates in some neighborhoods, ruining the values of the occupied homes and forcing the demolitions of once valuable properties. Watch it now

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2011

The counter terrorism bureau – Scott Pelley brings viewers on a personal tour conducted by Police Commissioner Ray Kelly of what may be the world’s most sophisticated terror defense forces – the New York City Police Department’s counter terrorism unit. 27, 2011

60 MINUTES presents a special hour with two stories featuring hidden cameras that capture conmen at work. All rights reserved.

SUNDAY, JAN. Max McClellan is the producer. Ira Rosen is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2012

SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 2011

Designing Life – Steve Kroft profiles famous microbiologist Craig Venter, whose scientists have already mapped the human genome and created what he calls “the first synthetic species.” Andy Court is the producer. Robert Anderson and Daniel Ruetenik are the producers. Watch it now

Gardens of the Queen – “60 Minutes” cameras take viewers on an underwater adventure off the Cuban coast to one of the world’s most pristine and vibrant coral reefs. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. ET/PT) – The former street activist has tempered his style, become friends of the president and broadened his civil rights activism to include causes like immigration and same-sex marriage. Michael Radutzky and Tanya Simon are the producers. Postal Service team led by Armstrong used banned substances, including EPO and testosterone, to gain an advantage in races that Armstrong won. Howard L. Lara Logan reports. Harry Radliffe is the producer.

The FBI and The Grim Reaper (7 p.m. Watch it now

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2011

Hard Times Generation – Scott Pelley brings “60 Minutes” cameras back to central Florida to document another level of homelessness – kids and their parents living in cars. David Schneider is the producer. Ruth Madoff and son Andrew tell Morley Safer how Madoff confessed his crimes to them, their reaction and the subsequent family strife of the past three years. Watch it now

Mount Athos – Bob Simon steps back in time when he gets rare access to monks in ancient monasteries on a remote Greek peninsula who have lived a Spartan life of prayer in a tradition virtually unchanged for a thousand years. Scott Pelley reports. Lara Logan interviews the 26-year-old about his technique and his sport- where there can be no mistakes. Watch it now

Angelina – Bob Simon profiles international film star Angelina Jolie, who has gone behind the camera to direct a film for the first time. Clem Taylor is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 2011

The next housing shock – As more and more Americans face mortgage foreclosure, banks’ crucial ownership documents for the properties are often unclear and are sometimes even bogus – a condition that’s causing lawsuits and hampering an already weak housing market. Max McClellan and Jeff Newton are the producers. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JULY 31, 2011

The big gamble – Lesley Stahl reports on the proliferation of gambling to 38 states and its main attraction, the slot machine, newer versions of which some scientists believe may addict their players. Anthony – Tiny Catholic high school St. Katie Couric also traveled with the secretary on a five-day mission to the Middle East that included a stop in Iraq. television. Watch it now

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2011

The Lobbyist’s Playbook – Jack Abramoff, the ex-lobbyist and now ex-convict at the center of the biggest Washington corruption scandal in decades gives his first television interview to Lesley Stahl. David Browning is the producer.

Dolly – Dolly Parton, the oh-so-country music superstar with the city-slicker sense of show business talks to Morley Safer about her childhood, her career and the Broadway production of her film, “9 to 5.” David Browning and Diane Beasley are the producers.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2011

After the wave – The relationship between the Japanese town of Otsuchi and its “sister city” Ft. Shachar Bar-On is the producer. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 2012

Groupon – In his first major interview since taking the multibillion dollar Internet company public late last year, the founder and CEO of online daily deals site Groupon talks about the company Forbes called the fastest growing in the world. Watch it now

Mitch Landrieu – The New Orleans mayor talks to Byron Pitts about the city he loves and his efforts to heal wounds it still suffers from corruption and Hurricane Katrina. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now

Apps for autism – Autistic people whose condition prevents them from speaking are making breakthroughs with the help of tablet computers and special applications that allow them to communicate, some for the first time. Louis Cardinals’ slugger one of the top 10 players in baseball history. Watch it now

Mark Wahlberg – From street thug, to rapper to actor and now producer, Mark Wahlberg has reinvented himself to the top of the Hollywood heap. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JULY 17, 2011

Silver or Lead – Byron Pitts reports on the murder of the mayor of a Mexican city, where powerful drug gangs seem to be giving authorities a choice of “silver or lead” – join us and we will pay you or don’t and we’ll kill you. James Jacoby is the producer. Watch it now

Gospel for Teens – Lesley Stahl spends a year following the inspirational leader of a gospel music program for teenagers in Harlem and her students as they learn to sing this original American art form and build the confidence and character it inspires. Watch it now

Silver Or Lead – Byron Pitts reports on the murder of the mayor of a Mexican city, where powerful drug gangs seem to be giving authorities a choice of “silver or lead” – join us and we will pay you or don’t and we’ll kill you. Morley Safer reports on this fascinating industry that food manufacturers depend on, but which critics say make some people dependent on less-than-healthy food choices. Robert Anderson and Daniel Ruetenik are the producers. Frank Devine is the producer. rock wall using nothing more than his hands and feet. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JULY 3, 2011

The Murder of Louis Allen – Steve Kroft’s 18-month investigation into a 47-yr.old murder in a Mississippi town sheds light on an unsolved civil rights killing near the top of the FBI’s list. But as Lesley Stahl reports, “Howie” – a farmer – is no chip

off the old block. Tanya Simon is the producer. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now

The N-word – A Southern publisher’s sanitized edition of “Huckleberry Finn” that replaces the N-word with “slave” over 200 times is the focal point for a debate on the use of the controversial word in American society. David Browning is the producer. Lesley Stahl profiles music sensation Taylor Swift. David Schneider and Joyce Gesundheit are the producers. Byron Pitts reports. Now the disrespectful duo also have the biggest hit on Broadway, the musical comedy “The Book Of Mormon.” Graham Messick is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, FEB.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 2012

Stem Cell Fraud – Stem cells still have not proven to be the panacea many claimed they could be, yet the Internet is alive with stem cells for sale to treat incurable illnesses. Henry Schuster is the producer. Henry Schuster and Rebecca Peterson are the producers.

The Case of Beckett Brennan – The government recently sent out guidelines on how college judicial review boards should handle the rising incidence of campus sexual assault. Bob Anderson and Nicole Young are the producers. Lesley Stahl reports. Morley Safer and “60 Minutes” cameras get to see the best of the best. Steve Kroft reports. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT.

Watch part two

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2011

Insiders – Steve Kroft reports on how America’s lawmakers can legally buy stock based on non-public information. attempt to indict him on criminal charges and the torrent of criticism aimed at him for publishing classified documents. But to people with Down syndrome and the poor of his native Dominican Republic who he helps, he means a lot more than home runs and RBI.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2011

Steve Jobs – In his first interview about the visionary Apple CEO, biographer Walter Isaacson reveals the private Steve Jobs few knew. Watch it now

Michael Bubl» – He fills concert halls and has sold 35 million albums by covering classic American songs made famous by crooners like Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. For Mark Herzlich, who was diagnosed with bone cancer while he was a football star at Boston College, living meant playing football in the NFL. Morley Safer reports. Katherine Davis is the producer. Tom Anderson is the producer. Cameras capture the monastic life, including chanting, prayers, rituals, and the priceless relics and icons from the Byzantine Empire stored on The Holy Mountain, Mt. Bob Simon reports. Watch it now

Freeman Hrabowski – University President Freeman Hrabowski has turned the University of Maryland Baltimore County into a well-known producer of outstanding scientists and engineers, many of whom are minorities. Among the revelations: Jobs refused early and potentially life-saving surgery on the cancer that eventually killed him a few weeks ago. Athos. 30, 2011

Wikileaks – Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks, speaks to Steve Kroft about the U.S. Watch it now

Spy on the Ice – Bob Simon reports on the latest “spy-cam” techniques used by wildlife filmmakers to show animals – in this case, polar bears – up-close and in a way audiences have never seen them before. David Schneider is the producer. Ruth Streeter is the producer. Scott Pelley reports. ET/PT) – Tom Drake, a former National Security Agency senior executive indicted last year for espionage after leaking to the media allegations that the nation’s largest intelligence organization had committed fraud, waste and abuse will appear in his first television interview. talks to Steve Kroft in his first extended television interview about growing up with the infamous father whom he strove to please by living a life of crime, but whom he eventually betrayed by leaving that life. Dolan discusses the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church, his current mission and the state of the church in America. Draggan Mihailovich and Nathalie Sommer are the producers. Dolan discusses the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic church, his current mission and the state of the church in America. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JAN. Gen. 9, 2011

The Big Gamble – Lesley Stahl reports on the proliferation of gambling to 38 states and its main attraction, the slot machine, newer versions of which some scientists believe may addict their players. Robert Anderson is the producer. Watch it now

RECENT EPISODES:

Resurrecting the extinct -Scientists believe they can sustain endangered species – maybe even one day resurrect some that have died out – using DNA technology. Robert Anderson and Daniel Ruetenik are the producers. 23, for CBS Sports coverage of the American Football Conference Championship game between the New York Jets and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Robert Anderson, Pat Milton and Nicole Young are the producers. He reveals how he was able to influence politicians and why, despite reform, such influence buying continues. Katy Textor is the producer. John Hamlin is the producer. Watch it now

The Perfect Score – In his first interview about his criminal fraud, Sam Eshaghoff tells how he was able to take the SAT and ACT college admissions exams for others who paid him up to $2,500 per test. Watch it now

Anna Wintour -The sunglasses come off the high-queen of haute couture in this rare and unprecedented interview, in which the Vogue editor reveals why she always wears them and much more to Morley Safer in her first long-length interview for U.S. Watch it now

SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 2011

The Next Housing Shock – As more and more Americans face mortgage foreclosure, banks’ crucial ownership documents for the properties are often unclear and are sometimes even bogus – a condition that’s causing lawsuits and hampering an already weak housing market. Ruth Streeter is the producer. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. Watch it now

A Relentless Enemy – Lara Logan’s report takes viewers to the border area between Afghanistan and Pakistan, where the unit she was covering came under heavy and regular enemy fire from fighters the U.S. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. 16, 2011

Editor’s Note: 8 p.m. Watch it now

Wynton – Jazz missionary Wynton Marsalis shares his love of America’s most distinctive art form by taking his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra around the world. Graham Messick is the producer. Jobs also tells his story in his own words, as Isaacson recorded some of the over 40 interviews he conducted with him. ET/PT) – A former FBI agent says he considered his star Mafia informant – a hit man nicknamed “The Grim Reaper” – a friend and did not investigate when this informant let him know he had killed a rival mobster. Kyra Darnton, Sam Hornblower and Michael Radutzky are the producers. Watch part one, part two and part three

SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2011

21st Century Snake Oil – 60 MINUTES hidden cameras expose medical conmen who prey on dying victims by using pitches that capitalize on the promise of stem cells to cure almost any disease. tax rate of 35 percent – among the highest in the world. Alison Stewart reports. Morley Safer and “60 Minutes” cameras get to see the best of the best.

Stealing America’s Secrets – 60 MINUTES has obtained an FBI videotape showing a Defense Department employee selling secrets to a Chinese spy that offers a rare glimpse into the secretive world of espionage and illustrates how China’s spying may pose the biggest espionage threat to the U.S.. Tanya Simon and Catherine Herrick are the producers. ET/PT

Jake – At 13 years old, Jake Barnett is already attending college and tutoring his much older “peers.” In fact, the math and science prodigy was acing college courses when he was just eight and hopes to use his gift to change the world someday. ET/PT

Lance Armstrong (7 p.m. Glenn Silber and Graham Messick are the producers.Watch it now

Stand Down – Some veterans returning from Iraq or Afghanistan into the recession are finding themselves homeless. Watch it now

SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 2011

SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 2011

Mount Athos – Bob Simon steps back in time when he gets rare access to monks in ancient monasteries on a remote Greek peninsula who have lived a Spartan life of prayer in a tradition virtually unchanged for a thousand years. Michael Gavshon and Drew Magratten are the producers. David Martin reports. Deirdre Naphin and Katy Textor are the producers. Shachar Bar-On is the producer. Drake (8 p.m. Tom Anderson is the producer. Watch it now

The $125,000 Question – Katie Couric reports on an experimental New York City charter school founded on the idea of hiring the best teachers by paying them $125,000, while denying them tenure. Ira Rosen and Joel Bach are the producers. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT. Anthony in Jersey City, N.J., doesn’t even have its own gym, but it has Coach Bob Hurley, who has taken the team – now ranked number-one in the nation – to 24 state championships. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 2012

Defense Secretary Panetta – He’s balanced the budget, run the CIA and eliminated Osama bin Laden. David Browning is the producer. Scott Pelley reports. for a price. Watch it now

Albert Pujols – His big bat has made the St. Andrew Metz is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JULY 10, 2011

Shaleionaires – While some complain that extracting natural gas from shale rock formations is tainting their water supply, others who have allowed drilling on their property are getting wealthy and becoming “shaleionaires.” Lesley Stahl reports. Tom Anderson is the producer. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now

SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 2011

The new tax havens – American companies are finding new overseas tax havens to legally protect some of their profits from the U.S. Louis Cardinals’ slugger one of the top 10 players in baseball history. Radliffe II, Jeff Newton and Amjad Tadros are the producers. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now

Market Street – Morley Safer reports on a mystery that was solved about a 100-year-old film that we now know was made on San Francisco’s Market St. Mary Walsh and Tadd Lascari are the producers. Bob Simon reports. John Hamlin is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2011

President Obama – President Obama gives his first and only interview since the killing of Osama bin Laden to “60 Minutes.” The president will reveal to Steve Kroft for the first time his thoughts as he watched and listened from the Situation Room of the White House as the commando-style raid on bin Laden’s compound unfolded. Watch it now

The Sage of St. Lesley Stahl reports. Watch it now

Howard Buffett – Legendary investor Warren Buffett has chosen his son Howard to succeed him as head of his multibillion dollar holding company. Lesley Stahl reports. Watch it now

Andy Rooney – A tribute segment by Morley Safer to beloved “60 Minutes” commentator Andy Rooney, who died November 4th at the age of 92. But as Steve Kroft reports, they are very much alive when it comes to earning money for their estates. Watch it now

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Endless Memory – Lesley Stahl reports on the recently discovered phenomenon of “superior autobiographical memory,” the ability to recall nearly every day of one’s life. Watch it now

The special hour includes stories about his father, the late John “Teflon Don” Gotti; being “made” a member of his father’s crime family; feelings about his privacy now; his own daily worries about being “whacked”; and the one thing that made his legendary crime-boss father weep.

SUNDAY, MAY 22, 2011, 7 and 8 p.m. vs. Frank Devine is the producer. Watch it now

Jerry Jones – A disappointed Cowboys owner – GM Jerry Jones says even his friend, the late George Steinbrenner, would fire him for the poor performance of his Dallas football team that many predicted would go to the Super Bowl. Shari Finkelstein is the producer. But along with the billionaire’s name that most projects he funds must take, his advice and oftentimes his control are usually part of the deal. 30.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2011

WikiLeaks – Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks, speaks to Steve Kroft about the U.S. Watch it now

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Big Game Hunting – The same kinds of exotic, sometimes endangered, species found in places like Africa can be hunted here in the U.S. Byron Pitts reports on the “Migrant Stream” and the families who are part of it whose children work alongside them in the fields for minimum wage. Anderson Cooper reports. Watch it now

The Many Meryls -Two-time Oscar-winner and Grande Dame of American film and stage Meryl Streep sat down with Morley Safer for a rare interview to discuss acting, her career and her latest leading role – as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. For the first time, former Armstrong teammate Tyler Hamilton reveals details to Scott Pelley never heard in public before of how and when he and some of the former members of the U.S. Scott Pelley follows the progress of one of them, a badly maimed Iraqi boy. John Allen, the man in charge of the war, tells Scott Pelley that some U.S. Jeff Newton is the producer. 6 (7:00-8:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2011

Prosecuting Wall Street – Two whistleblowers tell Steve Kroft that their warnings about fraudulent and substandard mortgages were ignored by their companies, offering a rare window into the root causes of the subprime mortgage meltdown still holding back the struggling U.S economy. Shachar Bar-On is the producer. Shari Finkelstein and Meghan Frank are the producers. 13, 2011

New Age Revolution – Harry Smith reports on the latest events from Egypt, including an in-depth interview with Wael Ghonim. Watch it now

In Search Of The Jaguar – 60 MINUTES went in search of the most elusive of all of nature’s big cats, the jaguar, and captured amazing footage of them in the Brazilian jungle. Watch it now

The Flavorists – Meet the scientists behind the real and artificial flavors that make foods and beverages so tasty. David Gelber, Sam Hornblower and Michael Radutzky are the producers. Watch it now

All-American – Beating the odds in a fight against a deadly cancer for most people would mean staying alive. Bob Simon reports. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now

The New Tax Havens – American companies are finding new overseas tax havens to legally protect some of their profits from the U.S. Sanjay Gupta reports. Watch it now

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A Living For The Dead – Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and Elvis are dead and so is Michael Jackson. And no wonder: the archive holds some of the oldest and most precious works of art and treasure known to man. Andy Court, Kevin Livelli and Maria Usman are the producers. Cameras capture the monastic life, including chanting, prayers, rituals, and the priceless relics and icons from the Byzantine Empire stored on “The Holy Mountain,” Mt. Harry Radliffe is the producer. Denise Schrier Cetta is the producer. Watch it now

The Commissioner – He presides over the most successful entertainment business in America, the wildly popular NFL. Scott Pelley reports on one man offering to treat cerebral palsy who a respected stem cell researcher says could be endangering patients. Graham Messick and Ashley Velie are the producers. Rosenberg and Tanya Simon are the producers. Watch it now

Brazil -As the U.S. Produced by Michael Gavshon. Michael Gavshon and Paul Bellinger are the producers. Watch it now

Alone on the wall – “60 Minutes” cameras capture a feat never documented before: viewers will see Alex Honnold scale a 1,600-ft. Peter Radovich Jr. Karen Sughrue is the producer. military says keep coming from their sanctuary in Pakistan. Bob Simon reports. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT. We return with an all-new show on Sunday, Jan. David Schneider is the producer. Watch it now

City of David – Lesley Stahl reports from under the city of Jerusalem from a controversial archeological dig that has become a flashpoint in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Watch it now

The King’s Speech – 60 MINUTES talks to its starring actor, Colin Firth, and reports on the historic find in an attic that helped make the “The King’s Speech” an Oscar favorite. Stahl interviews the handful of individuals known to possess the skill, which scientists are only now beginning to study. just days before the 1906 earthquake. Lesley Stahl reports. ET, 7 p.m. Robert Anderson and Daniel Ruetenik are the producers. Watch it now

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The Speed Traders – Steve Kroft gets a rare look inside the secretive world “high-frequency trading,” a controversial technique the SEC is scrutinizing in which computers can make thousands of stock trades in less than a second. Ruth Streeter is the producer. Watch it now

In Search of Jaguars – “60 Minutes” went in search of the most elusive of all of nature’s big cats, the jaguar, and captured amazing footage of them in the Brazilian jungle. Watch it now

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2011

“I’ve never seen the like” – After many requests for help from his ambushed unit were denied, Dakota Meyer took matters into his own hands, going through a gauntlet of Taliban fire five times to try and save his trapped comrades. Watch it now

The Many Meryls – Meryl Streep, the two-time Oscar-winner and Grande Dame of American film and stage, sat down with Morley Safer for a rare interview to discuss acting, her career and her latest leading role as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Rebecca Peterson is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 2011

Hard Times Generation – For some children, socializing and learning in school are being cruelly complicated by homelessness, as Scott Pelley reports from Florida, where school buses now stop at budget motels for children who’ve lost their homes. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JAN. Mary Walsh is the producer. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. Watch it now

The murder of an American Nazi – Lesley Stahl reports on the murder of a neo-Nazi leader and captures a growing subculture of hate playing out in America’s backyards and alongside the border – where neo-Nazis patrol in order to keep illegal immigrants out. Andy Court and Anya Bourg are the producers. Watch it now

The Co-Founder – Lesley Stahl speaks to Microsoft co-founder and billionaire Paul Allen in his first interview about his upcoming book in which he criticizes his Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT. Watch it now

Afghanistan’s Top Spy – The former head of Afghanistan’s intelligence says Pakistan has supported the Taliban for years and in 2007, he says, his information pinpointed Osama bin Laden 12 miles from where American forces killed him last week. Tanya Simon and Catherine Herrick are the producers. Harry Radliffe and Michael Karzis are the producers. Bob Simon goes to Central Africa to listen to the language of the forest elephants first hand. Leslie Cockburn is the producer. Watch it now

The Library – No one is allowed to borrow a book from the Vatican Library – except the pope. Michael Radutzky and Frank Devine are the producers. Andy Court is the producer. Scott Pelley reports. Anderson Cooper reports. Watch it now

Marine Brothers – Lara Logan reports on five sets of brothers in the Marine Reserves who fought for the right to be on the front line of combat in Afghanistan with their siblings. But to people with Down syndrome and the poor of his native Dominican Republic that he helps, he means a lot more than home runs and RBI. Lesley Stahl interviews Andrew Mason. Karen Sughrue is the producer. Watch it now

The Archbishop – In a wide-ranging interview with Morley Safer, New York’s Archbishop Timothy M. Watch it now

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2011

The jobs czar – Can General Electric Chairman Jeffrey Immelt, whose company has been racking up big profits overseas, help create jobs in America? Lesley Stahl interviews the man President Obama chose to lead the crucial quest for more American jobs. Watch it now

Counterfeit Drugs – 60 MINUTES’ nine-month investigation of counterfeit prescription drugs reveals how the dangerous and sometimes deadly fakes get into the nation’s drug pipeline. Ira Rosen is the producer. Watch it now

The “Sharkman” – Anderson Cooper dives unprotected with great white sharks and the South African who’s spent more time up close with the ocean’s most feared predator than anyone else. Shari Finkelstein is the producer. Jenny Dubin is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 2011

Curve Ball – Bob Simon interviews the Iraqi defector code-named “Curve Ball” – first identified by 60 MINUTES three years ago – whose false tale of a mobile, biological weapons program was the chief justification for invading Iraq. He’s given away over $2 billion and plans on leaving even more to charity before he dies. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now

SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 2011

Greg Mortenson – He’s written inspiring best sellers, including “Three Cups of Tea,” but are the stories all true? Steve Kroft investigates. 23, 2011

60 MINUTES will be pre-empted this Sunday, Jan. Watch it now

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2011

Afghanistan – As the war in Afghanistan hits 10 years, guerrilla tactics are still exacting a high human toll. Watch it now

SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2012

The Majority Leader – Lesley Stahl profiles House Majority Leader Eric Cantor about his life and the recent bipartisan wars in Congress. But as Anderson Cooper reports, reefs like these are already dying and could disappear someday if mankind isn’t more careful. Tom Anderson is the producer. But now the authors of a biography say their exhaustive investigation strongly indicates he may not have taken his own life. Watch it now

Jane Goodall -Jane Goodall brings Lara Logan and 60 MINUTES cameras back to the forests of Tanzania, where she began her love affair with chimpanzees 50 years ago, to remind the public that chimps are endangered. Tom Anderson is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2011

President Obama – Steve Kroft questions the president on a wide range of critical topics, including his performance in office, the U.S. Tom Anderson and Coleman Cowan are the producers. Watch it now

Remembering 9/11 -Ground Zero responders relive their haunting experiences on the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks for a “60 Minutes” segment about their road to recovery and the doctor who is preserving their oral histories. economy and unemployment, and the budget woes in Washington. Steve Kroft reports. Henry Schuster is the producer. Katie Couric reports. Morley Safer reports. Watch it now

Albert Pujols – His big bat has made the St. Warren Lustig is the producer. David Schneider is the producer. Michael Gavshon and Drew Magratten are the producers. Watch it now

Operation Proper Exit – This unique program takes wounded warriors back to the battlefield in an effort to provide closure that often leads to better lives for these veterans and their families. Watch it now

Lara Logan – In her first television interview since being sexually assaulted two months ago, the CBS News chief foreign correspondent and 60 MINUTES reporter reveals what happened to her in Tahrir Square in an interview with Scott Pelley. Watch it now

Yemen – Steve Kroft reports on the U.S.’s new partner in the war on terror, Yemen, a known al Qaeda hideout and recently the source of several explosive packages sent to America. Now, Leon Panetta takes on another great challenge as U.S. David Browning and Diane Beasley are the producers. Byron Pitts reports. Called sovereign citizens, some have become violent and the FBI considers them a domestic terror threat. Watch it now

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011

Christine Lagarde – Thrust into the breach during one of the worst economic crises in decades, Christine Lagarde, the new head of the International Monetary Fund, has become one of the world’s most powerful women. Robert Anderson and Nicole Young are the producers. Graham Messick and Sumi Aggarwal are the producers. Clem Taylor is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2012 at 8 p.m. Watch it now

One Child at a Time – Wars can literally shatter children’s lives and Elissa Montanti is on a mission to make some of them whole again through a network of volunteers. Lara Logan interviews Honnold about his skills and his unique sport where there can be no mistakes. Scott Pelley reports. 2, 2011

Bad Medicine – Drug company whistle-blower Cheryl Eckard tells Scott Pelley about her experience trying to fix problems at a pharmaceutical factory that made her a key figure in a federal lawsuit and a multimillionaire. Watch it now

The player – He doesn’t put on the pads or walk the sidelines, but Drew Rosenhaus, the agent who represents the most NFL players, is a force to be reckoned with — even if he has to say so himself. Max McClellan and Jeff Newton are the producers. Max McClellan and Reuben Heyman-Kantor are the producers. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT Watch it now

Hitchens – Steve Kroft profiles Vanity Fair columnist, author and public intellectual Christopher Hitchens, for whom nothing is off-limits when making his wry and often outrageous observations, including the cancer he is suffering from. Robert Anderson, Daniel Ruetenik and Nicole Young are the producers. Watch it now

SUNDAY, FEB. Bob Simon reports. Watch it now

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The Billionaire – Eli Broad sets the standard for philanthropy. Watch it now

Taser – The non-lethal device has saved many lives and prevented serious injury to suspects and police say its law enforcement advocates, but a new study says some authorities use it too quickly, causing unnecessary pain and sometimes death. Shachar Bar-On is the producer. Watch it now

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2011

The interrogator – Few know more about the 9/11 investigation than Ali Soufan, who questioned members of al Qaeda after the attack. (This is a double-length segment.) Watch part one

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2011

The Library – No one is allowed to borrow a book from the Vatican Library except the pope. David Browning is the producer. Watch it now

One Child At A Time – Wars can literally shatter children’s lives and Elissa Montanti is on a mission to make some of them whole again through a network of volunteers. Steve Kroft gets inside Roger Goodell and his $10 billion business model that continues to practically mint money. Henry Schuster, Nicole Young and Jenny Dubin are the producers. Bragg, Calif., took on a new and powerful meaning after Otsuchi was inundated by the tsunami last winter. Watch it now

The Pledge – Steve Kroft takes a look at Grover Norquist, the man many blame for holding up the deficit-reduction process because of the anti-tax pledges he has obtained from nearly all the Republican politicians in Washington. Watch it now

Copyright 2011 CBS. ET/PT) – In agriculture, children as young as 12 are allowed to work unlimited hours outside of school. Watch it now

SUNDAY, May 29, 2011

“60 Minutes Presents: Honoring Our Soldiers,” A Memorial Day Weekend Special

Mitch Landrieu – The New Orleans mayor talks to Byron Pitts about the city he loves and his efforts to heal wounds it still suffers from corruption and Hurricane Katrina. Watch it now

Eminem – Anderson Cooper profiles the chart-topping rapper from Detroit who overcame addiction to reclaim the winning style that made him the biggest selling artist of the past decade. attempt to indict him on criminal charges and the torrent of criticism aimed at him for publishing classified documents. David Browning is the producer. Morley Safer reports. Warren Lustig is the producer. Tom Anderson is the producer. Shachar-Bar-On is the producer. Graham Messick and Sumi Aggarwal are the producers. Watch it now

The Gambler – Las Vegas sports betting legend Billy Walters has never had a losing year – a winning a streak that’s made odds makers call him the “most dangerous sports bettor in Nevada.” Lara Logan reports. Athos. David Schneider is the producer. tax rate of 35 percent, among the highest in the world. Rosenberg and Tanya Simon are the producers. Morley Safer and “60 Minutes” cameras get to see the best of the best. Watch it now

“60 Minutes Presents: Into the Wild,” a special hour devoted to the natural world – Watch it now

Sovereign Citizens – Anti-government American extremists who don’t pay taxes and ignore requirements like social security cards and drivers licenses are on the rise. Watch it now

SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 2011

Greg Mortenson – He’s written inspiring best sellers, including “Three Cups of Tea,” but are the stories all true? Steve Kroft investigates. Harry Radliffe and Michael Karzis are the producers. Byron Pitts reports. Robert Anderson, Daniel Ruetenik and Nicole Young are the producers. troops will need to be there longer than most Americans thought. David Browning is the producer. Bob Simon reports. And no wonder: the archive holds some of the oldest and most precious works of art and treasure known to man. Karen Sughrue is the producer. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. Watch it now

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 2011

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Taylor Swift – She writes and sings all her own songs, sells millions of records and she’s just 21 years old. David Schneider is the producer. Sal Giunta has now possessed the medal for six months and says he is just as uncomfortable wearing it as he was to be named its recipient. Henry Schuster is the producer. Watch it now

Spy on the ice – Bob Simon reports on the latest “spy-cam” techniques used by wildlife filmmakers to show animals – in this case, polar bears – up-close and in a way audiences have never seen them before. David Schneider and Joyce Gesundheit are the producers

​2015, a look ahead: Africa

And what’s next for 2015? We’ve asked four of our CBS News correspondents to survey the landscape as the New Year gets up to speed. All Rights Reserved. Kelly told CBS News. Dan Kelly, who recently returned from Sierra Leone, says he believes the race to develop Ebola vaccines provides some hope for ending the outbreak by the end of 2015.

For children already orphaned by Ebola, a healthier future depends on that vaccine.

Together with falling oil prices and a tense presidential election, the country could be further destabilized this year. Here is Debora Patta in Cape Town, South Africa:

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Along the spectacularly beautiful South African coastline, one can see the best that countries like this have to offer — and South Africa celebrated 20 years of democracy in 2014.

The Trial

“While waiting for vaccines to roll out and become available in West Africa, we need to be providing care and we need to be doing the best we can to use traditional public health control measures,” Dr. . But the biggest challenge facing this continent is ending Ebola. Experts believe the epidemic will continue for at least another six months.

They were the images of Africa that haunted us in 2014: the Boko Haram and the hundreds of girls they kidnapped in Nigeria; Oscar Pistorius; Ebola.

#BringBackOurGirls

In Nigeria, more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by the extremist militant group Boko Haram are still missing, while the group’s attacks grow increasingly violent.

The Nigerian government’s military strategy against the group appears to be fading, as they are out-manned and out-gunned by Boko Haram.

And as 2015 kicks off, there remain many open wounds that demand urgent attention.

“It has never, ever been a good bet to bet against America, and America is betting on Africa,” said Vice President Joe Biden. Expect the prosecution to continue its appeal against that ruling, in the hopes of getting a murder conviction and a longer jail term.

The message from the Vice President at the U.S.-Africa Summit in the summer of 2014 was positive.

In South Africa, headlines will likely be dominated again this year by the sensational trial of one-time para-Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius’ shooting of his glamorous model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp behind a locked toilet door.

But Dr. “Unless we do those things, so many more people will not just be infected, but die.”

The Epidemic

We’ve said goodbye to 2014. But detracting from the successes on the continent have been Ebola, militant Islamic violence, and a paucity of democratic states.

Convicted only of manslaughter and not murder, and sentenced to five years behind bars, Pistorius is unlikely to serve more than 10 months of that jail term

In gritty town on Thai-Cambodia border, Asia’s soccer gambling obsession is on display

(AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) (The Associated Press)

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While bets of upward of $50,000 on a single game are not uncommon in Asia, most wagers are much smaller, reflecting average incomes in a region that remains mostly poor. Unlike in regulated markets, syndicates are able to place bets anonymously, with no cash trail to follow or betting patterns to examine if fixing suspicions emerge, said David Forrest, an applied economist who specializes in sports gambling at the University of Salford Business School in Britain.

One bookmaker’s Malaysian manager, who refused to give his name because of the illegal nature of his business, conceded that the operation was running “on borrowed time.”

“We can’t always pronounce the teams we are betting on, but that doesn’t matter,” said Sampoath Pererra, a Sri Lankan palm oil worker who has made his life in Poipet, a two-street town sandwiched between the Cambodian and Thai borders. The gamblers say it doesn’t affect their betting.

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Cambodian motorcycle taxi drivers wait for customers outside the Genting Crown Casino in Poipet, Cambodia Sunday, Dec. To spend a weekend there is to see up close the region’s obsession with soccer gambling, as well as some of the challenges facing those who seek to keep the sport clean.

By night, touts on motorbikes patrol the main drag offering women and drugs, while children beg. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) (The Associated Press)

He fingered his betting slips in the manner of gamblers around the world, and a 6-year-old boy whom he referred to as his son bounded from his lap to the floor of the bookmakers, playing in the cigarette ash left behind.

In the snazziest of the town’s bookmakers, called footballbet.com, a gap-toothed Singaporean who gave his name only as Michael needed several late goals and turnarounds to win his $25 wager on a series of five matches.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is part of a six-month, multiformat AP examination of how organized crime is corrupting soccer through match-fixing.

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Soccer bookmakers — also illegal in most Asian countries — have sprung up inside the casinos and in nearby streets.

“Asia is the dominant betting market, even though the sport is European. The Premier League is regarded as fix-proof, but the Italian, Russian and smaller Asian leagues are suspect. Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) (The Associated Press)

Rooms in hotels and casinos are rented out to these operators, giving the town something of a gold rush atmosphere.

Poipet has a long association with gambling. 9, 2012. Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it. Fidgety men break from lines of computers displaying odds to place bets with cashiers on matches around the world, from the obscure leagues of India and New Zealand to the giants of Europe.

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A Cambodian Buddhist monk takes a morning alms next to a casino signboard in Poipet, Cambodia Sunday, Dec. On a weekend in late November, there were few big bettors in Poipet, little glamour and many tales of lives taken over by gambling.

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A woman sweeps the ground outside an online gambling shop in Poipet, Cambodia Sunday, Dec. In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players. In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) (The Associated Press). “The important thing is we can recognize them.”

In September, police arrested 100 Indonesians in Phnom Penh for illegally running a soccer betting site from two houses in the city.

The cash bets placed with the bookies in Poipet and the many more via websites operating out of the town form part of a billion-dollar unregulated industry in Asia that is at the heart of match-fixing. Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it. 9, 2012. In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players. Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it. As the final whistle approached on several matches in England’s Premier League, his hope slowly turned to disappointment.

The websites operating in the town employ Indonesians, Thais and other nationalities on telephone help lines and computer chat rooms to assist people setting up accounts in their home countries.

POIPET, Cambodia –  Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it.

Unlicensed Asian betting sites and bookmakers like those in Poipet function as unofficial agents of the larger Asian betting operators, most of them based in the Philippines. 8, 2012, people chat while waiting for soccer matches to be played on the screens outside an online gambling shop in Poipet, Cambodia. In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players. And most criminals, whether they come from Asia or Europe, will place the bets in Asia because of the non-regulated sector of that market,” he said. Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn’t know it. A stinking, rubbish-clogged river dissects the town.

AP Assistant Europe Editor Sheila Norman-Culp contributed from London.

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Cambodians work atop of a new casino building in Poipet, Cambodia Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012. 9, 2012. In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players.(AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) (The Associated Press)

Bookmakers and bettors alike in Poipet are aware that some matches are fixed, but such information is closely held by the syndicates and doesn’t reach ordinary gamblers. In the early 1990s, the government allowed casinos to be built there, and the gaudy, mostly threadbare venues continue to attract thousands of customers from Thailand, where all forms of gambling are illegal.

In the rundown market where the smell of incense mixes with rotting garbage, betting goes on 24 hours a day inside shiny, glass-fronted parlors emblazoned with photos of famous European soccer players. “It’s a huge market, and easy to hide money.”

Authorities turn a blind eye to the bookmakers, even those who operate outside the casinos, which are run by powerful tycoons with links to the corruption-riddled government in Phnom Penh, the capital.

In the daytime, trucks carrying squealing pigs roll through town, as do vehicles full of foreign tourists on their way to the ruins of Angkor Wat, Cambodia’s iconic 12th century temple.

Poipet is a town where few would choose to live unless they were making money, or have gambling addictions to feed.

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In this photo taken Sarturday, Dec

PTV to start Sports Channel from Wednesday.

Mirza said, PTV sports channel already has the

broadcasting rights of many sporting events. The PTV which started its journey from

Lahore on November 26 in 1964 has grown to a number of channels that

include its terrestrial channel PTV Home, PTV News, PTV Bolan,, PTV

National, PTV Global and AJK TV for viewers of Kashmir. Recently Prime Minister

Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani while addressing ceremony for the regularization of about 500 temporary employees of the PTV congratulated PTV management

for facing the challenges despite global recession and showing a

positive fiscal performance and meeting all its expenditures from its

resources.

Copyright 2012 Gale, Cengage Learning. Sports Channel

being started on January 11, 2011 will be the latest development in this

success story. He said all international

and national tournaments, matches of cricket, hockey and other sports

would be telecast on the channel which will be through satellite and its

signals will also be available to a large number of viewers through PTV

terrestrial channels. Yousuf Baig Mirza said the Sports Channel will also encourage

Pakistani youth towards healthy activities. Managing Director Pakistan Television Yousuf Baig Mirza

while giving details on Tuesday said the launch of sports channel will

assist Pakistan to promote regional sports and provide latest news and

live coverage of international sports competitions to the Pakistani

viewers.

(THROUGH ASIA PULSE)

ISLAMABAD, January 11, 2012 (Balochistan Times): Pakistan

Television will add another feather to its cap on Wednesday when it will

launch its Sports Channel to provide sports news and international

events for Pakistani viewers. All rights reserved.

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No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.

Do nuclear submarines have multiple warheads on their missiles?

Presently the USA fields the Trident missiles in Ohio class submarines. So my comment above only applies to Ohio class submarines that carry nuclear weapons.

——– EDIT ———

Yes. Most US submarines are run on nuclear power, but most do not carry nuclear weapons.

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In other words, a single Ohio class submarine can carry 192 warheads with a total of 91 Mt of firepower.

To be more specific; a nuclear submarine is one that is powered by nuclear energy, not necessarily one that carries nuclear weapons. And a single Ohio class submarine can carry 24 Trident missiles. Each W88 has about 475 kiloton yield. By comparison all combined uses of explosives by all sides in WWII was under 3 Mt. Each Trident SLBM can carry up to 8 W88’s

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Sanjines, Javier SEE The Fat Man from La Paz

Schuhl, Jean-Jacques Ingrid Caven 356

Oz, Amos The Same Sea tr. LaVonne Ruoff 408

Nunez, Ana Rosa SEE Homenaje a Eugenio Florit

Marentes, Luis A. Charlotte

Leonhard Kossuth W165

Wuhr, Paul Venus im Pudel W151

Saramago, Jose A Caverna A112

Williams, N.D. 324

Schenk, Leslie 331,A138,A147,A148,A236

Schoolfield, George C. SEE Junzo Shono

G

Grynberg, Henryk Memorbuch 388

Wellershoff, Dieter Der Liebeswunsch 368

Haydar, Adnan SEE Rashid al-Daif — SEE Jabra Ibrahim Jabra

Walker, Alice The Way Forward Is with a Broken Heart 335

Ruoff, A. Alastair McEwen A235

Marshall, Paule The Fisher King A148

Literary Necrology 2000 W89

Le Clezio, J.M.G. Rosario Santos, intro. 306,326

Savvas, Minas 409

Scheckter, John S. Hix the author 349

Yousaf, Nahem Alex La Guma: Politics and Resistance A126

Ostrauskas, Kostas Gyveno karta senelis ir senele A168

Phan Huy Duong SEE Duong Thu Huong

Carson, Ciaran Selected Poems A152

Owens, Rochelle Luca: Discourse on Life and Death intro. Anna Frajlich 389

Stetie, Salah Cold Water Shielded ed. The Survival of a Culture: An Interview with the

Sorbian Author Jurij Brezan A42

Erfan, Ali La [602.sup.e] nuit trs. 340,341,A162

Rimanelli, Giose W113,W163,A205(2),A206

Risley, William R. Nicoletta Di Ciolla

McGowan, tr. Ancient Acid Flashes Back 183

Sanchez Leon, Abelardo El mundo en una gota de rocio A221

D’Aguiar, Fred Bloodlines W95

Milosz, Czeslaw To A110

Nikram, Anita SEE Ali Erfan

Silva, Deonisio da Os guerreiros do campo W190

Barr, Alan P. Sheila

Sengupta 318

Abdul-Baki, Kathryn K. Fenrir: Een lang weekend in de Ardennen 375

Herrera, Juan Felipe Loteria Cards and Fortune Poems: A Book of

Lives ill. Helen Dendrinou Kolias 409

Kenny, Maurice SEE Stories for a Winter’s Night

Gangopadhyay, Sunil Murmur in the Woods: Selected Poems tr. W149

Bakker, Martinus A. Murder and Masculinity: Violent Fictions of

Twentieth-Century Latin America 400

Scuderi, Antonio SEE Dario Fo

Schwartzman, Adam SEE Ten South African Poets

Mambrini, Miriam A outra metade W190

Rothmann, Ralf Gebet in Ruinen 369

Heller, Joseph Portrait of the Artist, As an Old Man W114

McPherson, Nina SEE Duong Thu Huong

McDonald, Walt Whatever the Wind Delivers: Celebrating West Texas

and the Near Southwest photo ed. Kosorici W172 — Tajna svadba boginje Selene W172

– Orfej u Paklu 391

Doulatabadi, Mahmud Die alte Erde tr. Robert Gordon A207

Blais, Marie-Claire The Exile The Sacred Travellers tr. Anita Niknam Jean-Luc

Moreau A136

Harlan, Thomas Rosa A181

T

Homburg, Cornelia SEE The Dual Muse

Getman, John L. Paul

Karpati A165

Kostamo, Eila SEE Mirkka Rekola

Goscilo, Helena SEE Svetlana Vasilenko

Michaels, Anne Skin Divers W120

Griffiths, Gareth African Literatures in English: East and West 303

Yan Haiping Theatrical Impulse and Posthumanism: Gao

Xingjian’s “Another Kind of Drama” W20

Papadhopoulos, Lefteris I palii simathites W188

Abele, Inga Nakts pragmaticke A167

Rodriguez, Artemio SEE Juan Felipe Herrera

Mitterand, Henri SEE Pierre Oster

Carson, Jeffrey SEE Odysseus Elytis

Salminen, Johannes Middagsdemonerna: Essaer A199

Feriani, Giampaolo SEE Alfredo De Palchi

Goldstein, Imre SEE Peter Nadas

O’Brien, Edna James Joyce W126 — Wild Decembers W115

Maupin, Armistead The Night Listener A148

Groot verseboek 2000 comp. W137,A172

Tarnawsky, Marta W175

Terras, Rita 370,A185(2)

Terras, Victor A212(2)

Thiher, Allen W138,W142,354,A172

Toerien, Barend J. Roger Allen

Adnan Haydar 404

Elytis, Odysseus “From Close By”: Nine Selections trs.

Jeffrey Carson Nikos Sarris A94

Berry, Michael SEE Chang Ta-chun

Hein, Manfred Peter Hier ist gegangen wer: Gedichte 1993-2000

afterword Andreas F. Dramen 369

Szirtes, George The Budapest File 342 — SEE Sandor Kanyadi

Emecheta, Buchi The New Tribe 310

Lovinger, Paul W. Robert Richmond Ellis W181

Cholodenko, Marc Mon heros (Je ne sais pas) 361

Montes de Oca, Marco Antonio Delante de la luz cantan los pajaros:

Poesia 1953-2000 ed. 402

Wickersham, Erlis W146,370,A184

Wolf, Gregory H. Bernd Rauschenbach W150 –

Wenn – aber dann: Vorletzte Gedichte W150

Farrell, Joseph SEE Dario Fo The Fat Man from La Paz: Contemporary

Fiction from Bolivia ed. Nigel

Spencer, intro. Thom Nairn

Dionysia Zervanou 410

Barrientos, Juan Jose Versiones 399

Stories for a Winter’s Night: Short Fiction by Native

Americans ed. Neugebauer W128

Zheng Shusen SEE Xianggang xin wenxue nianbiao

Transitions: Slovak Stories ed. Howard Goldblatt A142

B

Ho, Elaine Yee Lin Timothy Mo 339

Buffoni, Franco Il profilo del Rosa W164

Snellman, Anja Aura A163

Tran Nho Bui SEE Nguyen Van Sam

Nicole, Robert The Word, the Pen, and the Pistol: Literature and

Power in Tahiti 326

Quackenbush, Howard Devotas irreverencias: El auto en el teatro

latinoamericano W180

Hemon, Aleksandar The Question of Bruno 332

Jose, Nicholas The Red Thread 313

Petrov, Krinka Vidakovic SEE Li Qing

Ninapayta de la Rosa, Jorge Munequita linda W178

Arnold, Ellen L. Cornelia Homburg A237

Index of Reviews

Bellver, Catherine G. Okot Benge Alex Bangirana

A128

Marouane, Leila The Abductor tr. Javier Sanjines W177

Morris, Sonia SEE Hrytsko Hryhorenko

Sigurdardottir, Frida A. A147

Rollyson, Carl, Lisa Paddock Susan Sontag: The Making of an

Icon A161

Griswold, Wendy Bearing Witness: Readers, Writers, and the Novel in

Nigeria W98

Brezan, Jurij SEE Gregory H. 388,389

Kurtz, J. W176

Index of Photographs Illustrations

Abdelahad, Noel 220

Alameddine, Rabih 286, back cover of Spring issue

al-Rayis, Muhammad 238

al-Sayyab, Badr Shakir 275

al-Shaykh, Hanan 212, back cover of Spring issue

Amichai, Yehuda W86

Babel, Isaac A92

Barthelme, Donald 296

Boullata, Issa J. SEE Raymond Carver

De Palchi, Alfredo In cao del me paese trs. Clare Cavanagh W171

Stull, William L. Kwame Dawes 309

Barnes, Julian Love, etc. Calin-Andrei Mihailescu

A222

Gomori, Gyorgy [George] Valtott hangokon: Szerepversek es ujabb

versek W131 — Magnetic Poles: Essays on Modern Polish and Comparative

Literature A214

Porcel, Baltasar Springs and Autumns tr. The Terrible Power of a Minor Guilt: Literary

Essays tr. Tran Nho Bui W112

Li Qiao Wintry Night trs. Narayan

Kristensen, Lis Vibeke Nanna A190

Ayerra, Ramon Gente ligera de cascos 395

Haasse, Hella S. Maryse Bourdin et al. Adam J. Tess Gallagher A143

Bayard, Pierre Comment ameliorer les oeuvres ratees? A174

Holappa, Pentti Runot 1950-2000 343

Vatanabadi, Shouleh SEE A Feast in the Mirror

Mo, Timothy Renegade or [Halo.sup.2] 333

Forssell, Lars Fortroenden W157

Laine, Pascal A croquer A169

Genis, Alexander Red Bread 389 — SEE Mikhail Epstein

Company, Flavia Melalcor A230

al-Daif, Rashid This Side of Innocence tr. W108

Parks, Gerald W163

Perry, John Oliver 317,319,A107

Peters, Issa W187,404,A228

Porter, Gerald A164

Powers, Elizabeth 372,A179

Pratt, William W119,W122,W126,338,A152,A154

Preto-Rodas, Richard A. Byron W188(2),409,410(2)

Ramras-Rauch, Gila W189,411,A232

Reese, Christopher L.

tr. Alexander Boguslawski W165

Varis, Tuula-Liina Maan paalla paikka yksi on W129

Dawes, Kwame SEE Chris Abani — SEE Talk Yuh Talk

Price iz Tudjine ed. 315

Knudsen, James 330,A200

Koutsoudaki, Mary W187

Kratz, Henry W153,A195

Krzyzanowski, Jerzy R. James O.

Belcher, tr. Elliott

Kazuo Kawamura A138

Karlin, Wayne SEE Ma Van Khang

Levy, Andrea Fruit of the Lemon A146

Olson, Toby Write Letter to Billy 333

Gao Xingjian The Case for Literature: The 2001 Nobel Lecture tr.

Mabel Lee W4

Raeside, James SEE Noma Hiroshi

Z

Harlow, Barbara SEE Ghassan Kanafani

Amann, Jurg Am Ufer des Flusses A179

Komunyakaa, Yusef Talking Dirty to the Gods A153

Babaylan: An Anthology of Filipina and Filipina American Writers

eds. Phan Thanh Hao Wayne

Karlin 327

Morris, Mervyn Five Poems W76

Uppal, Priscila Confessions of a Fertility Expert W122

The Redbeck Anthology of British South Asian Poetry ed. Hanming Chen A130

Johnson, Charles Soulcatcher and Other Stories A146

Tupja, Edmond SEE Fatos Kongoli

Vrkljan, Irena Posljednje putovanje u Bec 387

De Afrikaanse poezie in duizend en enige gedichten comp. Kwame

Dawes A117

Mihailescu, Calin-Andrei SEE Jorge Luis Borges

I

Noguez, Dominique Le grantecrivain autres textes W143

Oster, Christian Une femme de menage 362

Gikandi, Simon Ngugi wa Thiong’o A121

Martin du Gard, Roger Lieutenant-Colonel de Maumort trs. 384

Novarina, Valere L’origine rouge W140

Paolini, Marco, Gabriele Vacis The Story of Vajont ed. Riley W186

Szewc, Piotr Zmierzchy i poranki 388

McAdams, Janet The Island of Lost Luggage W184

Isegawa, Moses Abyssinian Chronicles A127

Jersild, P.C. W171,337

Dana, Kathleen Osgood W129

d’Angelo, Giovanni A208

Daniell, Steven 354

Darnell, Helena 346,A164

Dauenhauer, Richard A239

Davies Cordova, Sarah A114

Davis, Robert Murray W128,W133,W175,W191,341,342

Dawes, Kwame S. Bahman Nirumand W107

Mainguy, Colette La Juive A176

Khadra, Yasmina L’ecrivain A113

Rigoni Stern, Mario Tra due guerre e altre storie A204

O

Makine, Andrei La musique d’une vie 354 — Confessions of a

Fallen Standard-Bearer tr. Zheng Shusen et al.

A131

Mukherjee, Meenakshi The Perishable Empire: Essays on Indian

Writing in English 318

Ozsvath, Zsuzanna In the Footsteps of Orpheus: The Life and Times

of Miklos Radnoti A166

Grol, Regina Eroticism and Exile: Anna Frajlich’s Poetry A22

Bhely-Quenum, Olympe C’etait a Tigony A119

Evangelides, Constantine SEE Claire Angelides

Quignard, Pascal Terrasse a Rome 355

Boldl, Klaus Sudlich von Abisko 363

Kenaz, Yehoshua Returning Lost Loves tr. W128, 335

Lanters, Jose W115,375

Larios Vendrell, Luis W178,395,396,A220,A221,A223,A230

Larisch, Sharon A225

Leddy, Michael W119,A155,A160

Leusmann, Harald 363,A179

Levine, Etan A231

Levy, Michele 332,A217(2)

Lin, Sylvia Li-Chun W101

Lindstrom, Naomi W177,W181,398,A226

Lloyd, David W118,W124,W191,A145

Lofgren, Erik R. Janet M. W184(3),407,A126,A227

Besser, Gretchen Rous A171

Bien, Peter W188,329,A143

Binham, Philip W130,344

Bird, Rosa Julia A219

Birnbaum, Marianna D. A160

Grimm, Reinhold W151,A186

Gunnars, Kristjana 378,A192,A197

Gyorgyey, Clara W132,347

Hagen, W.M. James

Raeside W108

Thakore, Anand Waking in December A136

Traynor, Joanna Bitch Money A151

Bonnefoy, Yves Lieux et destins de l’image: Un cours de

poetique au College de France (1981-1993) W142

Kenne, Mel SEE Latife Tekin

Homenaje a Eugenio Florit: De lo eterno, lo mejor ed. Emanuel Di

Pasquale A209

Laferriere, Dany Le cri des oiseaux fous 307

Siblewski, Klaus a komma punkt ernst jandl: Ein Leben in Texten und

Bildern A186

Jacquemond, Richard SEE Sonallah Ibrahim

Das, K.C. 315,391,A214

Obradovic, Nadezda W172,W174,A216(2)

Oettli, Simone 322

Ojaide, Tanure 309,A120

Oser, Lee 336,338,A158

Oster, Rose-Marie G. Bruce Berlind

A166

Hitchcott, Nicki Women Writers in Francophone Africa 303

Chappuis, Pierre Distance aveugle, precede de L’invisible

parole A178

V

Levin, Gabriel SEE Taha Muhammad Ali

Makela, Matti Ohitusleikkaus ja muita kertomuksia A164

Rzhevsky, Nicholas SEE Transitions

D’Arrigo, Stefano I fatti della fera A203

Heaney, Seamus Beowulf: A New Verse Translation, Bilingual Edition

W119

Huchel, Peter Wie soll man da Gedichte schreiben: Briefe 1925-1977

ed. Genevieve Imbot-Bichet A129

M

Flogstad, Kjartan Evig varer lengst 379

Javadi, Fattaneh Haj Seyed Der Morgen der Trunkenheit tr. Michael

Berry W101

Loy, Rosetta Ahi, Paloma A203

Capek, Karel Prijata korespondence eds. Rupert Garcia W120

Kossuth, Leonhard SEE Juri Rytcheu

The Poetry of Arab Women: A Contemporary Anthology ed. Paula Haydar, afterword

Adnan Haydar Michael Beard A229

Gluck, Anselm inland: augen lugen, spiegel nicht W149

Man-Cheong, Iona SEE Bei Dao

Wolf, Gregory H.

Bito, Laszlo Abraham und Isaak: Roman nach der Bibel tr. Phyllis Granoff W103

Ferrero, Ernesto N. Katayoun

Shahpar-Rad W106

van der Velde, Rink it Guozzeroer A191

Handal, Nathalie SEE The Poetry of Arab Women

Nairn, Thom SEE George Vafopoulos

Jollin-Bertocchi, Sophie J.M.G. Michael Bishop,

ill. Sorkin

with the author W191

Hood, Edward Waters SEE Roberto Castillo

Abani, Chris Kalakuta Republic intro. Anselm Hollo 344

Su Jung In Talgung trs. Pekka Tarkka A165

Metellus, Jean La vie en partage W96

Ten South African Poets ed. Das

Milosevic, Nikola Nit miholjskog leta: Nostalgija za beskonacnim

W173

Cesarani, David Arthur Koestler: The Homeless Mind W123

Dupin, Jacques Ecart A178

Burke, John Muk Muk Bridge of Triangles A131

Dabydeen, Cyril My Brahmin Days and Other Stories 306

Schnorf, Lisa SEE Lance Henson

Rowe, William Poets of Contemporary Latin America: History and the

Inner Life 401

Khorrami, Mohammad Mehdi SEE A Feast in the Mirror

Ndione, Abasse Ramata A123

The Pushcart Prize XXV: Best of the Small Presses eds. W107

Love, Ursula A182

Lyngstad, Sverre 379,380,A197

Maceri, Domenico W16,A203,A208

MacFadyen, David W166,390

Maciuszko, Jerzy J. 396

Rogers, David A159

Rossel, Sven H. 343,345,381,A165,A198,A199

Schulte, Rainer 369,A235

Schwarz, Robert W146,W148,365,A181,A184

Scrase, David W149,A184

Sengupta, Sagaree 318

Sharp, Francis Michael W151,A179,A188

Sharrad, Paul W103,W110

Shaw, Andrea A117,A153

Silenieks, Juris W133,348,349,A167

Silverman, Malcolm W190(2),411

Simonsuuri, Kirsti W134

Sjavik, Jan W155,W156

Skwara, Erich Wolfgang 364,A180

Smith, Robert P. W128

Hajewski, Thomas J. Jay Rubin 321 — Sputnik

Sweetheart tr. Labinger A226

Schwartz, Marian SEE Nina Berberova

Jankovic, Sava Raseljeno lice A215

Brebion, Luc SEE Roger Martin du Gard

Seuren, Gunter Die Krotenkusser 367

Maron, Monika quer uber die gleise: artikel, essays, zwischenrufe

370

Bergsson, Gudbergur Vorhaenan og adrar sogur A193

Audouard, Antoine Adieu, mon unique 352

Douskova, Irena Nekdo s nozem W170

Sankranti, Sujate The Warp and the Weft and Other Stories A134

Zavala, Lauro SEE Relatos vertiginosos

Salisbury, Ralph Rainbows of Stone 407

Vasilenko, Svetlana Shamara and Other Stories eds. 391(2),393,A215

Mikasinovich, Branko W172,393

Mitova, Katia W169(2),A213

Monk, Pamela 341

Montante, Michela 384

Mortimer, Mildred A107

Motte, Warren W141,352,356,A176

Mozur, Joseph P. Lisa Schnorf W184

White, Steven F. Monikas lovsang A189

Vendler, Helen On WLT’s Top 40 A79

Hein, Christoph Willenbrock W145

Stimac, Zdenka SEE Dane Zajc

Petrovic, Goran Sitnicarnica Kod srecne ruke A216

Munoz, Braulio A Storyteller: Mario Vargas Llosa Between

Civilization and Barbarism W181

Nadas, Peter Love: A Novel tr. SEE Manfred Peter Hein

Scliar, Moacyr Discovering Isaac Babel tr. Susana Chavez-Silverman

Librada Hernandez, intro. Sonja Kravanja

Zdenka Stimac A217

Rajkovic, D. Luc

Brebion Timothy Crouse 359

Monenembo, Tierno L’ aine des orphelins W94

Salamun, Tomaz Feast ed. A115

McKellar, Jennifer W183

McLeod, A. 357

White, Steven F. Sverre Lyngstad W156

Nordbrandt, Henrik Egne digte 373

Starnone, Domenico Via Gemito A204

Said, Edward W. A119

Stendahl, Brita W158

Sterling, Eric W194,A110

Stynen, Ludo W155,376,A123

Swain, Rabindra K. 381

Osundare, Niyi W94

Oxford, Jeffrey A220

Paddon, Seija 344,A163(2)

Paniker, Ayyappa A133

Parker, Judy W109

Parker, Patricia L. W115,W116

Jeannet, Angela M. Glauco Ortolano A92

Sakamoto, Edward Aloha Las Vegas and Other Plays 315

Schmidt, Kathrin Go-In der Belladonnen: Gedichte 370

Berberova, Nina The Tattered Cloak and Other Stories tr. James W97,308

Arrington, Melvin S. Brink 311

Galanaki, Rhea I Shall Sign as Loui tr. A209

Johnson, Emily A211

Kabdebo, Thomas W130,W131,346

Kahf, Mohja W192

Kaiser, Mary W122,342,A154

Kamoche, Jidlaph Gitau A121

Karriker, Alexandra Heidi A212

King, Adele W93(2),W94,W143,303,305(2),308,A115,A120,A121,

A127

King, Bruce W95,W109,W111,W112,W114,W116,W118,310,324,

330,332,339,340,359,A118,A136,A146,A151(2),A152

King, Martha W159,W161,W162,386,A203

Kinkley, Jeffrey C. Jusuf Vrioni 406

Dongala, Emmanuel B. Nathalie

Handal 405

N

Borges, Jorge Luis This Craft of Verse ed. Nina McPherson

Phan Huy Duong 327

Palsson, Sigurdur Blar prihyrningur A196

Spiegel, Hubert SEE Welch ein Leben

Broda, Martine Poemes d’ete 360

Davies, Lewis SEE Mama’s Baby (Papa’s Maybe)

Hollo, Anselm SEE Kai Nieminen

Di Pasquale, Emanuel SEE Silvio Ramat

Railey, Kevin Natural Aristocracy: History, Ideology, and the

Production of William Faulkner W128

Blodgett, Harriet The Feminist Artistry of “Paradise of the

Blind” A31

Vidal, Gore The Golden Age 335

Uganda Poetry Anthology 2000 eds. Das tr. Reflections on Exile and Other Essays A111

Massenet, Violaine Francois Mauriac A108

Wheatle, Alex East of Acre Lane A151

Gomori, George The City in Modern Polish and Hungarian Poetry W52

Levy, Michele “Brotherly Wounds”: Representations of

Balkan Conflict in Contemporary Balkan Literature W66

Glissant, Edouard Sartorius: Le roman des Batoutos W97 — SEE

Sylvie Kande

Cummings, Ora SEE Abraham B. Roger W100,303,A117

LaHood, Marvin J. Edmond Tupja W186 –

Dragoi i fildishte W186

Widmer, Urs Der Geliebte der Mutter W148

Giffoni, Luis Adagio para o silencio 411

Nkogo Esono, Maximiliano Adja-Adja y otros relatos A116

Tate, Bronwyn Russian Dolls 323

K

Cheng, Francois The River Below tr. George Szirtes 346

Kravanja, Sonja SEE Dane Zajc

Balcom, John SEE Li Qiao

Salti, Ramzi A Different Leader of Men: Yusuf Idris Against Arab

Concepts of Male Homosexuality 246

Sirajuddin, Shaista Sonnu SEE M. Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover W166

Ramachandra, Ragini SEE Raja Rao

Mazzarella, Merete “Da svanger sig sommaren kring sin

axel”: Om konsten att bli gammal A198

Index of Articles

Sorkin, Adam J. Nick W177,398,401,A222

Hitchins, Keith 320,412,A140,A234

Horn, Pierre L. SEE R.K. SEE Timothy Mo

13 poetas testimoniales ed. Nathalie Louisgrand 314

Rathenow, Lutz Sterben will gelernt sein: Lyrische Prosa –

Prosaische Lyrik ill. Amy Wack

Grahame Davies W191

Bidisha [Bidisha Bandyopadhyay] Too Fast to Live 330

Roubaud, Jacques Poesie : W139 — La forme d’une ville change

plus vite, helas, que le coeur des humains: Cent cinquante poemes,

1991-1998 W142

Kroetsch, Robert Completed Field Notes: The Long Poems of Robert

Kroetsch A153

Bilu, Dalya SEE Yehoshua Kenaz

Nijssen, Hub SEE Peter Huchel

Mokeddem, Malika N’zid A114

McEwen, Alastair SEE Umberto Eco

Tuschick, Jamal Keine grosse Geschichte A184

Mihailovic, Dragoslav Jalova jesen 391

Jha, Raj Kamal The Blue Bedspread W105

Hryhorenko, Hrytsko, Lesya Ukrainka From Heart to Heart:

Women’s Voices in Ukrainian Literature 4 ed. William L. Betsy Wing A107

Link, Perry The Uses of Literature: Life in the Socialist Chinese

Literary System W102

Cavanagh, Clare SEE Adam Zagajewski

Paker, Saliha SEE Latife Tekin

Daive, Jean L’autoportrait aux dormeuses 361 — Le retour

passeur 361

Anderson, Eric Gary American Indian Literature and the Southwest:

Contexts and Dispositions W183

All Are Involved: The Art of Martin Carter ed. Debjani

Chatterjee 340

Lamming, George Coming, Coming Home: Conversations II A115

Eichmann-Leutenegger, Beatrice Flusswege A180

Hospital, Janette Turner WLT’s Top 40 List: A Response A74

Lin, Sylvia Li-chun Between the Individual and the Collective: Gao

Xingjian’s Fiction W12

Krul, Claude SEE Chawqi Baghdadi

Lon, Anne Marie Kaerlighedens rum 374

Li Qing Kosovo 1999 trs. Ragini Ramachandra

328

Raharimanana, Jean-Luc Nour, 1947 A121

Goldblatt, Howard SEE Huang Chun-ming — SEE Wang Shuo

Vafopoulos, George The Complete Poems trs. 223

Brezan, Jurij A3, A43, A50

Chinese Blanc de Chine sculpture Lao Tze W19

Chinese dragon statuette W3

Chinese ivory carving Gentleman of High Rank W11

Chinese jade carving Foo Dog W28

Chinese stone carvings and seals W20, W21

Chinese tomb figure [Horse] W1

Chinese wood carving Our Lady of Talpa W2, W10

Cohen, Marcel A54, A55, A56, back cover of Summer/Autumn

issue

Darwish, Mahmud 282

Drakulic, Slavenka W3, W72

Duong Thu Huong A2, A31

Elytis, Odysseus A94

Frajlich, Anna A25, back cover of Summer/Autumn issue

Gao Xingjian W13, W22 — scene from play Between Life and

Death W24 — scene from play The Other Shore W25 — Watercolor

W88

Gauguin, Paul Copenhagen front cover of Winter issue

Gilman, Karyn Lynn SEE Daniel T. The Penguin Dictionary of American English Usage

and Style W127

Maulpoix, Jean-Michel L’instinct de ciel 362

Petri, Gyorgy Two Poems tr. Peter Zollman,

pref. Lauro Zavala

400

Biggins, Michael SEE Tomaz Salamun

Wertheim, Albert The Dramatic Art of Athol Fugard: From South

Africa to the World 312

Bourdin, Maryse SEE Su Jung In

Pireyre, Emmanuelle Mes vetements ne sont pas des draps de lit A176

Marai, Sandor Szabadulas 347

Simpson, Thomas SEE Marco Paolini

Ribas Talens, Javier El aprendiz A220

Mahapatra, Jayanta Bare Face A107

Franzobel Santa Scala oder Josefine Wurznbachers Hohepunkt 363

Abbott, Scott The Rhetoric of War and Peace: Peter Handke and the

Former Yugoslavia W78

Puertolas, Soledad Adios a las novias 395

Simonsuuri, Kirsti Rakkaus tuli kun lahdin maan aariin 345

Liebrecht, Savyon Nashim Mi-Tokh Katalog 411

Gronfeldt, Vibeke Det rigtige W154

Reda, Jacques Accidents de la circulation A172 — Le lit de la

reine A177

Mayrocker, Friederike Requiem fur Ernst Jandl A188

Carey, Peter True History of the Kelly Gang 314

Sharpar-Rad, Katayoun SEE Reza Baraheni

Pisarev, Djordje Zavera bliznakinja A216

Kerschbaumer, Marie-Therese Fern: Drittes Buch A181

Douglas, Josie SEE Skins

van der Leeuw, Frank SEE Lutz Rathenow

World Literature Today’s Top 40 List, 1927-2001: Celebrating

75 Years of Publishing Excellence A72

Moreau, Jean-Luc SEE Ali Erfan

Fuguet, Alberto SEE Se habla espanol

Spencer, Nigel SEE Marie-Claire Blais

Bobis, Merlinda White Turtle: A Collection of Short Stories 324

Hacker, Marilyn SEE Claire Malroux

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Lihn, Enrique Figures of Speech tr. Living with the Tigress and the Muses: An Essay

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Kumpfmuller, Michael Hampels Fluchten A182

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Lefevre, Kim SEE Nguyen Huy Thiep

Marias, Fernando El nino de los coroneles A220

Hinojosa-Smith, Rolando Always Writing: A Chicano Life A64 — On

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Boullata, Issa J. Stephen Sartarelli W160

Bohm, Tomas The Vienna Jazz Trio 380

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Ruhmkorf, Peter Gedichte: Werke 1 ed. Ghost Songs: A Palestinian Love Story 403

Richards, David Adams Mercy Among the Children A162

Aizpuriete, Amanda Nakts peldetaja 348

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Hoban, Russell Angelica’s Grotto A162

Mihailovic, Vasa SEE Price iz Tudjine

Whispers from the Cotton Tree Root: Caribbean Fabulist Fiction ed.

Nalo Hopkinson A118

Can Xue La Rue de la Boue jaune tr. H.L. Nayra Atiya W192

Cooke, Miriam Ghassan al-Jaba’i: Prison Literature in Syria

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Agbabi, Patience Transformatrix W118

Fabian, Laszlo Hombar W130

Baghdadi, Chawqi Les amants s’envolent vers le levant tr.

Claude Krul 406

Simic, Viseslav Zapisi Danilovog ucenika i druge price 393

Dorrie, Doris Was machen wir jetzt? W145

Chedid, Andree Le message W136

Jabra, Jabra Ibrahim In Search of Walid Masoud trs. Hub Nijssen A187

Yasin, Patia SEE Pai Hsien-yung

Saburov, Evgenii Po kraiu ozera A212

Davie, Donald Two Ways Out of Whitman: American Essays 338

McNab, Felicity SEE Leila Marouane

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Grawe, Christian W150(2)

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Ballad for Metka Krasovec tr. Steven Jaron A54

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Srinath, C.N. Wayne P. The Collected Essays ed. Taotao Liu John Balcom A130

Ollier, Claude Wanderlust et les Oxycedres W138

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van der Ploeg, Durk It wurk fan ‘e duvel 376

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Pai Hsien-yung Taipei People / Taipei jen ed. Felicity McNab A113

The Dual Muse: The Writer as Artist, the Artist as Writer ed. The Journey: Stories by K.C. Rodney Hall 314

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Out El Kouloub Three Tales of Love and Death tr. SEE Walt McDonald

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Wright, Jay Transfigurations: Collected Poems A159

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Ensing, Riemke Talking Pictures: Selected Poems 322

Noma Hiroshi “Dark Pictures” and Other Stories tr. Marian

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Persaud, Sasenarine The Hungry Sailor A156

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Chen, Hanming SEE Liang Xiaosheng

Petrov, Aleksandar Turski Bec 391 — SEE Li Qing

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Tanikawa, Shuntaro Selected Poems trs. Modernism and Metaphor in Contemporary Arabic

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Feldman, Burton The Nobel Prize: A History of Genius, Controversy,

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Carrano, Patrizia Illuminata W161

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Ejrnaes, Anne Marie Theas faerd 373

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Sandor, Andras Szerelem: Megkozelitesek 348

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Kunitz, Stanley The Collected Poems 337

Verma, Nirmal India and Europe: Selected Essays ed. Stewart Brown W94

Pariani, Laura Il paese delle vocali W162

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Hallmundsson, Hallberg Sneidar — ekki af osti (Umhendur II) 377

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Talk Yuh Talk: Interviews with Anglophone Caribbean Poets ed. A114

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N.B. Constantine

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Venturi, Maria Incantesimo 383

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Forcadas, Albert M. Vasa Mihailovic W174

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Nazareth, Peter 325,A128,A141,A156

Newson-Horst, Adele S. Page numbers preceded by W and A refer respectively to the

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Raine, Kathleen The Collected Poems of Kathleen Raine A157

Chang Ts’o SEE Dominic Cheung

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Dones, Elvira Yjet nuk vishen keshtu W185

Clancier, Georges-Emmanuel Contre-chants A173

Belling, Nina Til en fremmed A189

Nagy, Karoly Emigransok kuldetesben, 1960-2000 W132

Williams, Max The Unforgiving Poem comp. Bill

Henderson et al. Ljusets drottning 381

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Brescia, Pablo 399,400

Breton, Jean-Luc 334,A149

Briffa, Charles A206

Bronson, Daniel R. W103,A130,A142

Klopp, Charles 383,A201,A204

Knapp, Bettina W135,W136,W140,W143,W195,314,353,356,357,

358,362,A129,A139,A169,A170,A174,A176

Knapp, Mona W117(2),A183

Knowlton, Edgar C. A139

Westo, Kjell Vadan av att vara Skrake 382

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Granoff, Phyllis SEE K.C. 408

Foster, David William A219,A226

Gadd, Bernard 324

Garrett, Daniel W114,A143

Gathercole, Patricia M. 339,A159,A160

Dorian, Marguerite A233

DuBois, Thomas A. Kiacz

Hanania, Tony 286

Handke, Peter W78, W80

Herbert, Zbigniew W56

Hinojosa-Smith, Rolando A3, A64

Illyes, Gyula W3, W54

Jabra, Jabra Ibrahim 214, 220, 223 — A Face, 1952 216 — Self-Portrait

217 — A Face, 1951 222 — back cover of Spring

issue

Jabra, Lamia 221

Jabra, Yousef 220

Jandl, Ernst W89

Khrushchev, Nikita W34

Kiacz, Daniel T., Karyn Lynn Gilman Celebrating 75 Years of

WLT [print] A4, A72

Le, Linda A3, A86

Le Clezio, J.M.G. Jane

Assimakopoulos Stavros Deligiorgis W188

Bangirana, Alex SEE Uganda Poetry Anthology 2000

Kronauer, Brigitte Teufelsbruck A179

George, Emery Compass Card: One Hundred Villanelles 337

Ramanujan, A.K. Roger K. Edmund White A160

Smith, Arthur SEE Mama’s Baby (Papa’s Maybe)

Commere, Pascal Vessies, lanternes, autres betes cornues 361

O’Brien, Peggy SEE The Wake Forest Book of Irish Women’s

Poetry

Chang Ta-chun Wild Kids: Two Novels About Growing Up tr. W125,W167,359,A108,A238

Capek-Habekovic, Romana 386,A209

Capozzi, Rocco W161,385,A207

Carls, Alice-Catherine W171,387,388

Champagne, Roland A. Marlowe

Miller W175

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Lance, Alain Temps crible: Poemes, 1962-1999 W141

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Sartarelli, Stephen SEE Gianni Riotta

Xianggang xin wenxue nianbiao (1950-1969) eds.

tr. A125

De Julio, Maryann W144,357,A174

Debeljak, Ales 394

d’Heurle, Adma 355,A144

Dick, Bernard F. Maurice Kenny, intro. Hubert Spiegel 370

Bloom, Harold How to Read and Why A236

Ellis, Robert Richmond SEE Reading and Writing the Ambiente

Bei Dao Unlock trs. Peter Kahn, intro. Absence and Presence: Spanish Women Poets of

the Twenties and Thirties A224

Boguslawski, Alexander SEE Victor Brook

Chinodya, Shimmer Can We Talk and Other Stories W100

S

Humphreys, Emyr The Gift of a Daughter A145

Ali, Taha Muhammad Never Mind: Twenty Poems and a Story trs. Dave Oliphant W177

Ghosh, Amitav The Glass Palace A132

Hatch, Ronald B. W183

Merlin, Lara A177

Mermier, Guy 353,361

Mihailovich, Vasa D. Georgia de

Chamberet W143

Cuoco, Lorin SEE The Dual Muse

Lanz, Juan Jose Introduccion al estudio de la generacion poetica

espanola de 1968 399

Faldbakken, Knut Froken Snehvit W155

Vigevani, Alberto La febbre dei libri: Memorie de un libraio

bibliofilo A201

Nasrallah, Emily A House Not Her Own: Stories from Beirut tr.

Thuraya Khalil-Khouri 403

Gailly, Christian Nuage rouge W137

Andiievs’ka, Emma Kazky A218

Cerami, Vincenzo Fantasmi A202

Schami, Rafik Die Sehnsucht der Schwalbe 367

Hernandez, Librada SEE Reading and Writing the Ambiente

The Wake Forest Book of Irish Women’s Poetry, 1967-2000 ed.

Peggy O’Brien W124

Novakovic, Mirjana Strah i njegov sluga A215

Jahaji: An Anthology of Indo-Caribbean Fiction ed. Vaclav Havel, intro. W145,366,369

Wolf, Kirsten 377(2),A193,A196(2)

Wong, Timothy C. Ronald B. Marta Dandova Milada

Chlibcova A218

Montis, Kostas Apanta: Sympleroma E’ 410

Helsinki: A Literary Companion eds. LaVonne SEE Stories for a Winter’s Night

Booth, Marilyn Beneath Lies the Rock: Contemporary Egyptian Poetry

and the Common Tongue 257

Miller, Marlowe SEE Transitions

Void, Jan Erik I Vektens tegn: 777 dikt 380

Ramat, Silvio Sharing a Trip: Selected Poems tr. Coeur brule et autres romances 354

Lagorio, Gina Elogio della zucca 386

Neugebauer, Janet M. Munir

Akash Khaled Mattawa W187

Karpati, Paul SEE Laszlo Bito

Axelrod, Mark Capital Castles W113

ten Berge, H.C. Sumarblus 377

Parti-Nagy, Lajos Hosom tere 347

Lammers, Wayne P. Athar A Certain Season intro. Angela M. Frank

Birbalsingh 304

Hoggard, James SEE Oscar Hahn

Desbiolles, Maryline Le Petit col des loups A171

Agard, John Weblines ill. 1 W119

Atlan, Liliane Petites bibles pour mauvais temps W135

Cole, Peter SEE Taha Muhammad Ali — SEE Yoel Hoffmann

Phillips, Carl The Tether A157

Angot, Christine L’inceste W135

De Signoribus, Eugenio Principio del giorno 386

Kahler, Runa J. Athar Tahir

Lehtonen, Soila SEE Helsinki

Dhotel, Andre Poemes comme ca A173

Paasilinna, Arto Ihmiskunnan loppulaukka W129

Kolb, Ulrike Fruhstuck mit Max W146

Wondratschek, Wolf Die grosse Beleidigung: Vier Erzahlungen A184

Fremon, Jean La Vraie Nature des ombres 353

Louisgrand, Nathalie SEE Hong Ying

Zink, Dionys SEE Lance Henson

Index of Reviewers

Abbott, Scott W78

Abdel-Jaouad, Hedi W97,406

Abramson, Julia W139,306

Accad, Evelyne A229

Adams, Jeffrey W147

Agarwal, Ramlal W105,A135

Aikant, Satish C. Jose Vasconcelos and the Writing of the Mexican

Revolution A225

Levertov, Denise This Great Unknowing: Last Poems A154

Sigurdsson, Birgir Ljosid i vatninu A196

Jouet, Jacques Poemes de metro W141

Spark, Muriel Aiding and Abetting A150

Riboulet, Matieu Quelqu’un s’approche 356

Krohn, Leena Mita puut tekevat elokuussa: Seitseman kertomusta

keskenkasvuisille 344

Suomalaisia nykykirjailijoita ed. 403,404,405,A229

Bradbook, B.R. Lorin

Cuoco, intro. Artemio Rodriguez, intro. Alice Copple-Tosic 392

Medina, Enrique La espera infinita A219

Coolidge, Clark On the Nameways vol. Ana Rosa

Nunez et al. Wolf

Kanafani, Ghassan Palestine’s Children: Returning to Haifa and

Other Stories trs. SEE Liang Xiaosheng

Murakami, Haruki Norwegian Wood tr. 361

Berner, Robert L. Sonia Morris, tr. Peter Cole A232

Huang Chun-ming The Taste of Apples tr. Elizabeth Gamble Miller 294

Tschinag, Galsan Der weisse Berg A140

Kiernan, Frances Seeing Mary Plain: A Life of Mary McCarthy W125

Chavez-Silverman, Susana SEE Reading and Writing the Ambiente

X

Jaron, Steven SEE Marcel Cohen

Dharwadker, Vinay SEE A.K. W186

Aldama, Frederick Luis A132,A227

Allen, Roger A111

Archuleta, Elizabeth W185,408

Arnold, A. Dnevnik 393

Nimrod Les jambes d’Alice 305

Russo, Albert Beyond the Great Water 334 — Unmasking Hearts A149

Alvi, Moniza Carrying My Wife A152

Kruger, Michael Die Cellospielerin W146

Gabriel, Philip SEE Senji Kuroi — Gabriel, Philip SEE Haruki

Murakami

Leclair, Bertrand Movi sevaze W144

Beyala, Calixthe Comment cuisiner son mari a l’africaine W93

Davies, Grahame SEE Oxygen

Cusset, Catherine La haine de la famille A170

Suri, Manil The Death of Vishnu A135

Brijs, Stefan Arend W155

Gao Xingjian Soul Mountain tr. Le Clezio: L’erotisme, les

mots A175

Segovia, Tomas Poesia (1943-1997) 2d ed. Luigi

Fontanella A205

Nori, Paolo Spinoza 385

Tomlinson, Charles The Vineyard Above the Sea W122

Brookner, Anita The Bay of Angels A143

Barrento, Joao Umbrais o pequeno livro dos prefacios A235

Kongoli, Fatos Le dragon d’ivoire tr. Imre Goldstein W132

Berelis, Guntis Minotaura medibas W133

Bjornsson, Eysteinn I skugga heimsins W153

Bond, Ruskin Friends in Small Places: Ruskin Bond’s

Unforgettable People A132

Cohen, Marcel Notes tr. A112

Quinlan, Kieran W124

Raizis, M. Gerrit

Komrij 31

Djebar, Assia So Vast the Prison tr. The Nature of Native American Poetry A227

Iser, Wolfgang The Range of Interpretation W193

Fontanella, Luigi SEE Alfredo De Palchi

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Mideast crude tanker rates negative, supply bites | Reuters

Gulf were at W47.00 from

W47.07 on Friday and W47.39 last Monday.

“Currently in the (MEG), the August cargo program has three

vessels for every one cargo, and September cargoes have been

slow to hit the market.”

The world’s benchmark VLCC export TD3 route from the Middle

East Gulf (MEG) to Japan DFRT-ME-JAP slipped to W45.31 in the

Worldscale measure of freight rates, or -$801 a day when

translated into average earnings, from W45.91 or $167 a day on

Friday and W46.09 or -$110 a day last Monday.

“Although the MEG VLCC market was active last week, the rate

action was relatively uneventful … Based upon the lower bunker

prices, daily returns for owners were effectively the same,”

said broker SSY.

Prior to the move higher in June, VLCC rates had hovered for

several weeks around or below operating costs, estimated around

the $10,000 a day level, as the market had struggled with

growing tanker availability despite healthy crude oil demand.

* Lower bunker fuel costs seen not enough to help rate rout

“The aframax sector is also fundamentally oversupplied with

tonnage, particular in the Mediterranean and Baltic Sea,” Cantor

Fitzgerald said.

Average VLCC earnings had pushed above $10,000 a day from

June 8 before dropping again below the key level on June 27.

They have remained below $10,000 a day since then and have been

negative since Aug. They stayed negative for seven sessions before moving back

into positive territory.

VLCC rates from the Gulf to the United States DFRT-ME-USG

were at W35.08 from W35.14 on Friday and W37.00 last Monday.

VLCC rates from West Africa to the U.S. “The area is still oversupplied with tonnage, in our

opinion, and the increase in rates was likely more driven by

lower bunker fuel prices instead of an improving demand dynamic,

we suggest,” Cantor Fitzgerald said, referring to the suezmax

market.

(editing by Jane Baird)

LONDON, Aug 15 (Reuters) – Crude oil tanker rates on the

major Middle East route fell on Monday back below levels that

allow operators to cover fuel and other variable voyage costs as

a glut of ships put pressure on the market despite a fall in

bunker fuel costs.

By Jonathan Saul

AFRAMAX, SUEZMAX

Frontline , the world’s largest independent tanker

operator, said this month it was pulling some of its largest

crude oil carriers from the market to limit its losses.

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In recent weeks the aframax Med market has been hit by

turmoil in Libya, which has reduced demand for tankers. 1.

VLCC operating costs including fixed costs are estimated at

around the $10,000 a day level.

Cross-Mediterranean aframax tanker rates reached W89.18 from

W88.63 on Friday and W88.13 last Monday.

Rates for suezmax tankers on the Black Sea to Med route to

reached W72.08 from W71.15 on Friday and W72.69 last Monday.. Conflict

in Syria has also contributed to the flat to weak market tone.

* Market seen staying pressured

Average earnings are calculated less costs including bunker

fuel and port fees.

“Rates will likely remain under pressure on the benchmark

TD3 route in the near term as the August cargo program comes to

a close and the forward position list remains bloated at 91

vessels,” Deutsche Bank said on Monday.

VLCC rates have been volatile in recent months due to a

supply overhang caused in part by the end of a trading play,

which led to storage of millions of barrels of crude oil on

tankers at sea.

“Ships are expected to disappear slowly from position lists,

with no great change in rates, with oil prices likely to be the

driver behind any changes. September stems may start to appear

in the coming days, but there is ample supply to cover them.”

Rates turned negative for the first time on Aug. 1 since the

Baltic Exchange started collating earnings equivalent data in

2008

Walmart To Require Meat Suppliers Provide Data On Antibiotics Use

“Routine use, whether it be for growth promotion or disease prevention, creates the same public health risk, and should thus be explicitly restricted in Walmart’s policy.”

Walmart is also asking suppliers to adopt and implement the FDA’s Voluntary Guidance for Industry #209, which includes ceasing the use of antibiotics for growth promotion. “While transparency is definitely needed, continued routine use of antibiotics for disease prevention does not meet consumer expectations,” she explains.

While these principles do stress that antimicrobial use should be limited and targeted, they don’t draw a hard line against the prophylactic use of antibiotics that concerns many public health advocates. The overuse of antibiotics results in the development of drug-resistant pathogens, thus making the antibiotics less effective and requiring more potent drugs. Rather, the principles state that it shouldn’t be “utilized as standard practice” and that metaphylaxis — the mass use of low-dose antibiotics — “should be actively discouraged.”

This is the sort of transparency that advocates have been calling on the FDA to require from drug companies and farmers. Some suppliers contend that growth promotion was always just a positive result of using antibiotics for disease prevention. But it’s actually lagging behind the industry leaders,” he writes, citing more definitive antibiotics-related moves by McDonald’s, Chick fil-A, Perdue, and Tyson.

If suppliers implement these principles as written, then it should cut down on some antibiotic overuse, though some will continue to argue the necessity of prophylactic drug use..

Grooters also calls out Walmart for not using its leverage as the country’s largest supermarket chain to demand more far-reaching changes to its suppliers’ antibiotic use practices. The agency recently proposed a rule that would break down antibiotic use based on the type of livestock receiving the drug, but will still keep consumers in the dark about how many drugs your average cow, pig, or chicken is ingesting each day.

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But this just brings up the loophole of preventative prophylactic use again.

The final prong of the Walmart antibiotic trident is also the one that offers the most promise: Requiring that suppliers report on their antibiotics management practices, and that these reports be made public annually. “This important step forward will position Walmart to analyze the antibiotic use practices and whether medically important antibiotics are used and for what purposes.”

“All those antibiotics-exposed animals become potential incubators for the development and spread of drug-resistant bacteria,” writes David Wallinga, MD, for the Natural Resources Defense Council, “and ultimately undercut the future effectiveness of antibiotics when actually needed to treat infections.”

“Walmart wants to present its announcement as a step forward on responsible antibiotic use. Some of the nation’s biggest buyers of meat are making the switch toward purchasing antibiotic-free meat (or meat that is only given drugs not deemed medically important to humans), and today Walmart said it will begin collecting and sharing data on the antibiotics used by its meat suppliers.

The nation’s biggest retailer is taking a three-pronged approach to this transparency effort, which will hopefully result in reduced levels of antibiotic use.

“In seeking transparency from their suppliers, Walmart is responding to consumer demand for knowledge in how their food is produced,” says Susan Grooters, policy analyst for Keep Antibiotics Working.

Walmart To Require Meat Suppliers Provide Data On Antibiotics Use – Consumerist

Wallinga describes the Walmart news as more business as usual.

(Kyle Herzig)

(Kyle Herzig)

Antibiotics used on farm animals account for more than 80% of all antibiotics sold in the U.S., and many of these drugs are medically important to the health of human beings.

First, it is asking suppliers to adopt and implement the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Judicious Use Principles for antimicrobials

CNN – Report: Stolen data gives China advanced nuclear know-how

“To advertise in some cases something about their strength that they want you to know; in other cases, to promote disinformation.”

. intelligence has determined the technology espionage by the Chinese, dating back to the late 1970s and continuing through the 1980s and ’90s, “has leaped, in a handful of years, from 1950s-era strategic nuclear capabilities to the more modern thermonuclear weapon design.”

“It means that we’re going to be preparing ourselves to defend against American technology used against us,” said Rep. you can learn a great deal about military matters in the United States,” Cox said.

Those weapons “may be tested in 1999 and could be deployed as soon as 2002,” the report states.

Cox also has accused China of obtaining information through the use of “front companies” in the United States — a method he said is “far broader than previously realized.”

The report credits Energy Secretary Bill Richardson for making long-needed security improvements to the nation’s vulnerable nuclear labs, run by the Department of Energy.


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U.S. design information during the next decade, according to a congressional report on Chinese nuclear espionage that will be released officially Tuesday.

Bob Franken and Pierre Thomas contributed to this report.

In March, Richardson fired a longtime scientist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, Wen Ho Lee, because of security violations as well as suspicions of espionage.

But following the failures of some of those launches, U.S. neutron bomb and every warhead in the U.S.

‘It’s not good news’

According to the Cox report, China penetrated U.S. missile guidance systems through satellite launch deals with American companies.

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Also among the purloined blueprints for weapons of mass destruction: the W-88 warhead, described as “the most sophisticated nuclear weapon the United States has ever built.”

The CIA later determined that the person who turned over the document worked for Chinese intelligence.

“It does make one wonder how it is, how others who possessed this information could so readily have dismissed it, or not acted upon it,” Cox said.

The report concludes: Chinese “penetration of our national weapons laboratories spans at least the past several decades and almost certainly continues today.”

‘China’s appetite … satellite manufacturers Loral Corp. All of the weapons could target the United States.

May 24, 1999

Web posted at: 10:42 p.m. “Ballistic and space launch programs have long been intertwined.”

“It’s not good news,” he said. companies seeking waivers to launch satellites on Chinese rockets.

“There are a number of reasons that intelligence services direct information this way,” Cox said. “The world is a lot less safer today as a consequence of these thefts.”

The House investigative committee was formed in the wake of accusations that campaign contributions might have influenced the Clinton administration to give favorable trade treatment to U.S. nuclear arsenal — including those for the MX Peacekeeper and Minuteman III missiles.

The sharpest criticism for the theft of U.S. State Department issues travel warning for China

May 10, 1999

“It means that in addition to paying for our own defense, we are actually paying to arm a potential adversary,” Cox said.

“What the PRC (People’s Republic of China) has stolen has enabled them to jump over decades of incremental development that were necessary, for example, for the United States,” said Cox.

Details of the Cox report have been trickling out for weeks amid a growing criticism of the Clinton administration’s response to fix the security lapse after it was exposed in 1995.

According to investigators, the CIA first learned of the extent of the Chinese espionage in 1995 when a Chinese national approached the agency and turned over a secret Chinese government document.

“Some of the most significant thefts have occurred during the last four years,” Cox said.

Chinese knowledge increased by decades

According to the report, U.S. EDT (0242 GMT)

WASHINGTON (CNN) — China could begin production of advanced thermonuclear weapons based on stolen U.S. nuclear secrets is directed toward the Clinton administration and how slowly it reacted when word of the espionage surfaced.

“In many cases, a little piece of information might seem innocuous, but if you collect enough of them through the so-called matrix technique … submarine radar technology and illegally obtained secrets about U.S. and Hughes Electronics allegedly gave China unauthorized design information. Such information would likely find its way into the PRC’s ballistic missile program,” the congressional report said. nuclear labs, stealing secrets about the U.S. insatiable’

The report by his committee said “China’s appetite for information and technology appears to be insatiable and the energy devoted to the task enormous.”

The report also reveals allegations that China stole design information about U.S