Britain (U.K.)

10:00am

Mon April 16, 2012
The Two-Way

Four Weeks After Being 'Dead,' Soccer's Fabrice Muamba Leaves Hospital

Fabrice Muamba, center, with cardiologist Dr. Andrew Deaner (left) and cardiologist Dr. Sam Mohiddin (right), before his release from the London Chest Hospital today.
David Brookes AFP/Getty Images

It was March 17 when Fabrice Muamba of the English Premier League's Bolton Wanderers collapsed on the pitch and for a little more than an hour, as one of his doctors put it, was "in effect, dead" as medical teams struggled to get his heart going again following a cardiac arrest.

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6:00am

Sun April 15, 2012
Europe

British Attempt To Squash Online Bullying

Originally published on Sun April 15, 2012 11:43 am

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

One place where extremist views often flourish: cyberspace. Trolling, cyberbullying, call it what you will. Abuse via the Internet is a growing problem in this digital age.

And NPR's Philip Reeves says it's become so bad in Britain that people there are fighting back.

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2:00am

Fri April 13, 2012
Business

J.K. Rowling's Next Book: 'The Casual Vacancy'

J.K. Rowling's publisher has announced her book will be set in an English town, where the death of a councilman sets off "the biggest war the town has yet seen." The publisher is also likely hoping this title can conjure up Harry Potter-sized sales. The children's series has sold a record 450 million copies.

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1:28pm

Wed April 11, 2012
Sports

Five-Time Olympic Archer Giving It One More Shot

Butch Johnson competes in the 2010 U.S. National Target Championships in Hamilton, Ohio. Johnson is trying for his sixth Olympic Games this summer. When not competing, he manages an archery range in Connecticut. He keeps his Olympic medals under the kitchen sink.
Teresa Iaconi Courtesy of USA Archery

2:13pm

Tue April 10, 2012
The Two-Way

Beach Volleyball Star Walsh Has Sights On London, And Babies In Diapers

Olympic beach volleyball player Kerri Walsh says of this year's Summer Games: "We're feeling really good; we can't wait for London. We want to do what's never been done before, which is three consecutive gold medals."
Harry How Getty Images

U.S. beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh is honing her game for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, where she and her playing partner, Misty May-Treanor, hope to continue a streak of dominance that goes back to the 2004 games in Athens and Beijing in 2008.

Speaking with Morning Edition co-host Renee Montagne, Walsh says the duo's effort to represent the United States this summer is going well.

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