Ukrainians who participated in the peaceful Orange Revolution of 2004 have some advice for people in Egypt, a people's revolution does not always lead to a functioning democracy. Brigid McCarthy reports.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Jennifer McCoy, who directs the Carter Center's Americas Program, about life in Nicaragua after the 1979 revolution experience and the lessons that experience could offer Arab nations like Tunisia and Egypt.
It's Carnival time and that means it's party time in many places around the globe. Brazil's version is said to be the biggest and wildest in the world. So for our Geo Quiz, we're looking for the name of Rio de Janeiro's top Carnival parade venue.
The Libyan revolt appears to have reached deadlock. The crisis poses a dilemma for the US and the international community: whether or not outside powers should intervene militarily inside the Libya. The World's Jeb Sharp examines the options.
Egypt's new Prime Minister Essam Sharaf addressed thousands of demonstrators in Cairo's Tahrir Square Friday. The move represented a key victory for protesters demanding political reform. The World's Matthew Bell has more.
Algeria was seen as one of the North African countries likely to follow Tunisia on the path to democratization. But as Assia Boundaoui reports, Algerians are tired of fighting, and are willing to settle for minor freedoms rather than full democracy.
Los Angeles-based Filipina jazz singer Charmaine Clamor performs for us in our studio. Clamor speaks to anchor Marco Werman about her recent visit to Manila and her style of jazz, which she likes to call "jazzipinho".
Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Kevin Connolly in Libya's second-largest city Benghazi about the difficulty in assessing what is really happening in the battles between rebels and forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi.
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's political manifesto, The Green Book, made for some interesting reading for anchor Marco Werman when he picked it up as a souvenir from his 2006 trip to Libya. He gives us a sample.
A river runs through the Geo Quiz: The Central American river on our radar today has been a busy waterway for the past five centuries. Pirates and traders famously plied these waters including the famed Captain Henry Morgan.