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Since television was first brought into our homes in the 1930s, shows have brought us moments to cry about, moments to be joyous about and even moments to despise.
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Audiences have been watching everything from comedies, dramas, reality shows, news programs... the list goes on.
In the early days, audiences were mesmerized by the black and white edition of "Leave it to Beaver," fell in love with "The Cosby's" and became addicted to "Friends" and "Seinfeld."
The United States has truly been the leader in providing hit shows to the rest of the world over the course of the last half century.
And while America may be known as the home to modern-day television programming, many other countries have provided us with some memorable moments.
Countries like Canada, the United Kingdom and even Australia have all exported television shows that many audience members would consider national treasures.
Canadians probably all still love "Degrassi High," Australians cherish "Neighbours," and the Brits still watch "Doctor Who."
We want to know what you think.
Is there a television show from your country that you feel is a 'national treasure'? Has a show from your country become a global success?
Please leave your questions below and be sure to include where you're writing from.
Richard Holbrooke is one of the world's most recognizable diplomats.
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Currently he is serving in the important role of Special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan under the Obama administration.
Prior to his work for Obama he was the only person to have held the assistant secretary of state position for two different regions.
He gained much recognition in 1994 when he served as the Balkans envoy and worked to end the conflict betweeen Serbia and the Kosovo Liberation Army.
5 years later he served as the 22nd ambassador to the United Nations, where he worked on a successful resolution to tackle HIV/Aids and pursued a series of diplomatic negotiations in Congo.
In addition to his diplomatic work, Holbrooke has worked as an author, professor, magazine editor and Investment banker.
In his current role as the Representative to Pakistan and Afghanistan Holbrooke has had to shoulder a number of complaints and accusations about US Mistakes in the regions.