Russia's Dangerous Railway (#2902)
Sweden: Protection from Sexual Violence - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fights extradition to Sweden from Britain. But he is not wanted for revealing state secrets - he has been accused of sexual assault.
France: The Champagne War - For the first time since 1927, the wine-growing boundaries in the French province of Champagne are being re-drawn. There's serious money at stake and a heated dispute has broken out among winegrowers.
Croatia: In the Grips of Corruption - Former Croatian prime minister Ivo Sanader was arrested in Austria in December 2010, as part of a probe into his country's biggest-ever corruption scandal.
Poland: Flood Victims Struggle Through Winter - Last spring's flooding along Poland's Vistula River claimed lives and ruined many people's homes. Many of the victims feel they have been forgotten.
Russia: Death Train - For the past year, Moscow and St. Petersburg have been connected by a high-speed railway service. But tracks and level crossings were not modernized, and there have been several fatal accidents as a result. [26 minutes]
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