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Conflict & Justice

Bahrain cracks down on protests

Protests have been banned in Bahrain and the military has been ordered to tighten its grip after the violent removal of anti-government demonstrators. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof who is in Bahrain.

Conflict & Justice

Risk for women journalists in Egypt

Following the news that CBS correspondent Lara Logan suffered a brutal sexual assault while covering the recent protests in Egypt, Anchor Lisa Mullins asks Cairo-based journalist Ursula Lindsey about her experiences as a woman correspondent working there.

Global Politics

Irish-speaking Ireland

For Today's Geo Quiz, it helps to speak Irish. Traditional Irish is still spoken in some pockets of Ireland. These districts are scattered up and down the rocky west coast: What's the collective name for all of the country's Irish-speaking districts?

Arts, Culture & Media

Indian singer Sona Mohapatra

Indian singer-songwriter Sona wanted her label Sony, to record more of her songs. Sony said wait. Sona went to Nokia. The World's Marco Werman tells us about Sona's attempts to market her music differently in a country dominated by Bollywood.

Jordan looks to Egypt

The World's Matthew Bell looks at what the events in Egypt mean for government-reform forces in Jordan. The Islamists there view this as the greatest gift to their movement in decades.