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Vermont's Trout RiversWith a new trout fishing season underway, Vermont Newsguy Jon Margolis investigates how Vermont's trout rivers are faring after many of them were dredged of material after Tropical Storm Irene in order to help rebuild many roads and highways.
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India court reinstates gay sex ban
India's Supreme Court overturns a 2009 ruling and upholds a law criminalising gay sex, in a move seen as a major blow to gay rights.
US suspends non-lethal Syria aid
The US suspends all non-lethal assistance for the opposition in northern Syria after Islamist rebels seize bases belonging to the Free Syrian Army.
Crowds file past Mandela's body
Family, officials and the public pay respects to Nelson Mandela, filing past his coffin in Pretoria, where his body is lying in state for three days.
Ukraine police abandon stand-off
Pro-EU protesters in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, push back riot police from their protest bastions as the interior minister promises not to use force.
Putin orders Arctic military boost
Russian President Vladimir Putin tells his military leadership they should build up their forces in the Arctic as a priority.