This edition: Greece: Dead End for Afghan Migrants; Costa Rica: The Road to Equality
Original tape date: June 1, 2009.
GREECE: DEAD END: AFGHAN MIGRANTS
Around the world, desperate people are on the move, driven from their homes by wars or poverty. Many assume life will be better in a wealthy place like Europe. But too often, their hopes are shattered. This story leads to Greece -- where for many, it is the end of a long road -- and of their dreams.
COSTA RICA: THE ROAD TO EQUALITY
In Latin America one woman hopes to make history by becoming the region's first black president. In Costa Rica we meet a person who says she is raising her voice for the tens of thousands of people who are rarely heard.
Host: Daljit Dhaliwal.
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