- Newsmaker: Ivory Coast's Raging Conflict Draws France In
In the Ivory Coast, the government has presented rebel forces with a peace plan to end the conflict that has raged since rebels tried to overthrow the government in a coup last September. The conflict has increasingly drawn in France, the Ivory Coast-s former colonial ruler, which now has more than 2500 troops in the country. Paul Welsh, who has been covering the conflict for the BBC, joins us from Abidjan, the country-s capital.
- Reporter's Notebook: Yosemite Superintendent Steps Down
Leaving Yosemite-why one national park superintendent will end his career and dedicate his time to fly-fishing instead of taking on a prestigious new post. David Mihalic, superintendent of Yosemite National Park, talks about parks, politics and principals.
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