Friday, November 26, 2004

Early this month, filmmaker Theo Van Gogh was brutally slain in Amsterdam. A Dutch-Moroccan Muslim extremist stands accused of killing Van Gogh because of a film he made critical of women's status under Islam. The murder has led many Dutch citizens, politicians, and journalists to reconsider their long tradition of tolerance. UPI editor in chief Martin Walker talks to Bob about how European papers are learning to handle the hard questions.

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