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This edition: Azerbaijan: Oil's Deadly Legacy; South Africa: Quack Alert; Lighting Up: Global Crisis





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Episode Details

Original tape date: May 1, 2009.

AZERBAIJAN: OIL'S DEADLY LEGACY

Oil has become the economic lifeblood for Azerbaijan -- a country on the Caspian Sea. Its oil boom is one of the longest in history, stretching back 150 years. But the industry has left a deadly legacy.

SOUTH AFRICA: QUACK ALERT

In South Africa millions of people are living with HIV, but only a third of them can get the life-saving drugs they need, leaving many desperate for treatment. A multitude of miracle cures is filling the gap.

Host: Daljit Dhaliwal.

LIGHTING UP: GLOBAL CRISIS

More than a billion people around the world smoke, even though most of us know it can kill you. In fact, half of all smokers will die from their habit. In this story we travel to Uruguay, a small country that's taking big steps to stop the epidemic

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