Show rundown for 2/25/2004

Download Audio

Haiti Rebels Reject U.S. Peace Plan

The opposition in Haiti rejects a U.S. backed plan to avert civil war. We speak to a reporter based there and a Haitian man about life in the capital city as rebel forces move closer.

Guantanamo Bay Prisoners Charged

Two prisoners at the U.S. prison camp in Cuba are charged with conspiracy; this is the first time any detainees at Guantanamo Bay have been charged.

BST in the Beast: Milk Series III

Our series on milk continues and we look at a hormone that is used in some dairy cows in the U.S. even though it is banned in Europe.

North Korea in Talks

Six nations are meeting in Beijing to discuss North Korea's nuclear program.

China's Influence in Africa

China becomes an influential presence in Africa, spending money on new roads and government buildings throughout the continent, all while eyeing Africa's natural resources.

The Passion of the Christ

We speak with one man who met with director Mel Gibson and encouraged him to put a disclaimer at the end of his new film so that the film wouldn't be seen as anti-Semitic.

Sofia Coppola's "Lost in Translation"

Filmmaker Sofia Coppola talks about her new film, "Lost in Translation."

Sipping Sake

Food fan Scott Haas does the sake taste test.

This program aired on February 25, 2004.


More from Here & Now

Listen Live