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Conflict & Justice

Sudan peace deal in jeopardy

Aid agencies in Sudan today warned that the five-year-old peace deal between north and south Sudan could collapse. Reporter Alan Boswell finds out what's going wrong with the 2005 peace deal that ended a generation of conflict.

Global Politics

Child soldiers in Nepal

Jeb Sharp speaks with Radhika Coomaraswamy, the UN Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict about the use of child soldiers by Maoists in Nepal and the efforts to release them back into society.

Science, Tech & Environment

Germany's 2010 bug

Remember the Y2K bug? Well, Germany is experiencing a computer glitch, 10 years after millennium bug. It's a software problem that's preventing computers from recognizing ?2010″ on credit cards. David Hecht checked it out for us.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

For today's Geo Quiz we're looking for a city on the western coast of Sweden that's home to the Swedish carmaker Saab. Trollhattan is the answer?and also the location of The Saab Automobile Museum. Marco Werman speaks with museum director Peter Beckstrom.

Conflict & Justice

Failure 'to connect the dots'

Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair has promised action after sharp criticism from President Barack Obama over the failed attempt to blow up flight 253 on Christmas Day. Matthew Bell looks at the fallout after the President's remarks

Global Politics

New travel rules questioned

New security screening procedures ordered by President Obama focus on passengers traveling from high-risk countries. University of Michigan professor Juan Cole tells anchor Marco Werman why he doesn't think that's such a good idea.

Conflict & Justice

Gitmo update

President Obama issued an executive order to shut down the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay within a year. That year is almost up but the White House recently acknowledged it won't make the deadline. The World's Katy Clark's back for an update.

Conflict & Justice

Slovakian security surprise

Security at a Slovakian airport planted explosives in a passenger's luggage without his knowledge as part of an exercise. They didn't expect that the passenger would get through security and make it to his destination. The World's Carol Zall has more.

Global Politics

'Sweating Bullets' in Serbia

?Sweating Bullets.? The detective show aired in the US from 1991 to 1993. America may have forgotten Nick Slaughter. But Serbia hasn't. Now there's a documentary called Slaughter Nick for President. Matthew Brunwasser reports from Belgrade.