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LOVE, SINGAPORE STYLE
The island city-state urges its people to multiply. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

SUFI INDONESIA
The Islam of the whirling dervish makes a comeback in Jakarta. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

BANGING THE 'BEDUG'
The end of Ramadan, Indonesia style. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

ALL IN THE FAMILY
The wives of Southeast Asian militant group Jemaah Islamiyah. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

RADIO ISLAM
How one group of "liberal Muslims" in Indonesia promotes its message on air. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

PRESS FREEDOM AT RISK
In Indonesia, private businessmen are the new threat. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

UNREST IN 'NEW GEORGIA'
Georgian president refuses port city's claim to independence. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

MALAYSIA AND A.Q. KHAN
Officials deny knowledge of Malaysian company's role in underground centrifuge-trading ring. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

WAL-MART'S FIGHT TO REMAIN NON-UNION
The world's largest employer defends its position with low-low prices. "Marketplace." (RealAudio sound file)

RAMADAN RULES
Indonesia cracks down on vice. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

JEMAAH ISLAMIYAH
Militant Islam taking root in Southeast Asia. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

CAMBODIAN ELECTIONS
No violence follows this poll, as in the past. But the results remain disputed. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

BALI TRIAL UNDERWAY
Proceedings paint picture of the devastating October 2002 attack. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

THE BLOW TO BALI
Tourism is down, and mistrust between Hindus and Muslims is on the rise. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

TV NETWORKS GEAR UP FOR WAR
In tight competition, Fox and CNN spend millions to cover the invasion of Iraq. "Marketplace." (RealAudio sound file)

'FRIENDLY FIRE'
Two U.S. pilots on trial for the accidental death of eight Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

THE HUNT FOR 'WHITE GOLD'
Mushroom picking in British Columbia. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

'I DID IT TO TRADE FOR MY LIFE'
Cambodian survivor brings his art to U.S. BBC World Service (MP3 sound file)

ARTIST PAINTS HIS PAST
Cambodian-American confronts the Khmer Rouge on canvas. Rhode Island Monthly magazine.

IN THE SINGAPORE SLING
City-state's draconian measures enjoy new life in war on terror. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

LEAD PAINT ON TRIAL
Rhode Island takes the paint industry to court. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

KHMER ROUGE DAUGHTER
After years of silence, the daughter of "Brother No. 3" speaks out. BBC World Service (MP3 sound file)

LAND OF WANDERING SOULS
Phnom Penh hosts its first-ever documentary film festival. BBC World Service (MP3 sound file)

KHMER ROUGE TRIBUNAL
At the high point of negotiations between Cambodia and the United Nations. National Public Radio (RealAudio sound file)

FOR THE RECORD
"Killing Fields" photographer Al Rockoff shows his work for the first time. BBC World Service (MP3 sound file)

CLOUDED HISTORY
Two high-ranking Cambodian officials and their shadowy links to a genocidal past. The Cambodia Daily

RECONCILIATION
Cambodians try to forget the past as victims of Khmer Rouge atrocities come face-to-face with their one-time torturers. BBC World Service (MP3 sound file)

'WHICH NUMBER AM I?'
The Cambodian government bans songs to try and curb the practice of "second wives," or mistresses. BBC World Service (MP3 sound file)

AN UNHAPPY ANNIVERSARY
For its disillusioned people, Vietnam tinkers with its image. Christian Science Monitor

DISORDER IN THE COURT
A look at the Cambodian judiciary--one that few observers believe could handle a Khmer Rouge trial on its own. The Cambodia Daily

POL POT'S TRIAL OF 1979: WAS IT 'ENOUGH'?
Legal experts dubbed it a show trial; the Cambodian government hints it may suffice. The Cambodia Daily

WITHER FUNCINPEC?
Cambodia's royalist party searches for 'relevance.' The Cambodia Daily

RISE AND FALL
The political collapse of Chicago City Treasurer Miriam Santos. New City

NEVER EVERS
Four modern-day Communists try to halt development in Chicago's infamous Cabrini Green housing projects. New City

DOMINICA RISING
Travel notes and photographs from the Dominican Republic.

VETERAN VISIONARIES
Chicago's seminal artists envision the future of art and technology. Chicago Tribune (Flash interactive file)

A DIFFERENT DANCE
One boxer puts the fight back in Chicago. Chicago Tribune (Multimedia version available on request)

METRO CHICAGO
A collection of news stories. Includes 1999 Bourbonnais train crash, alleged police brutality, church conviction of gay-marriage pastor. Chicago Tribune (Clips available on request)

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION
1996 coverage from Chicago, stories from Washington, three-part series on a national survey of likely nonvoters. Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier (Clips available on request)


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