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The future of Liberia
Liberia's president talks about the future of her country post-civil war.
Last Modified: 18 Jun 2011 15:03

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, the Liberian president, outlines her country's progress nearly a decade after the civil war there ended. Plus, David Bakradze, the chairman of the Georgian parliament, discusses Russia's interference in Georgian politics.



Multiple Grammy award-winner Alicia Keys discusses her passion for the AIDS cause and her involvement with Keep a Child Alive, a foundation that pushes for universal on-the-spot AIDS treatment and supports programmes across Africa and India.

Plus, former lion owner John Rendall talks about a recent video that went viral on Youtube showing him and his friend Ace Berg re-visiting Christian, a pet lion they raised as a cub before releasing it into the wild in Kenya more than 40 years ago.

This episode of Frost Over the World aired from Friday, June 17, 2011.

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