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Iceland

Feb 28, 2013 — The government is drafting plans to ban pornography both online and in print. It's an attempt, supporters say, to shield children from harm. But critics say the Nordic nation "should not serve as a role model for Internet censorship."
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Feb 11, 2013 — It's been a bad-news, good-news winter for Iceland's herring. Two big die-offs of the small fish mean fewer exports. But there's still enough fish to fuel revived interest in this traditional food through nontraditional dishes like herring ice cream.
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Dec 27, 2011 — We look back at the podcasts we've done in 2011 and tell you what we got right, what we got wrong and how everything turned out in Wisconsin and Iceland. Plus, we try to to figure out why that Rihanna song that cost so much money, bombed on the radio.
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Apr 29, 2011 — How did a barren, icy island become a thriving, modern economy?
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Mar 9, 2011 — Libya no-fly zone; Iceland financial crisis arrests; Blagojevich
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Oct 22, 2008 — On today's podcast, an Icelandic listener says the nation has plenty of food, an Icelandic reporter says that's true but the thrill's still gone, and David Kestenbaum wonders what's the matter with hedge fund.
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