Human rights groups often accuse the Kremlin of trampling citizen's rights in the name of security. Jessica Golloher reports on Russian politician Boris Nemtsov and his campaign to exercise the rights granted by the Russian constitution.
Northern Sudan is all but resigned to the impeding independence of Southern Sudan. Matthew Brunwasser reports from Khartoum, where some northerners are sad to see the south go ï¿½ while others say good riddance.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to the Middle East editor of The Guardian newspaper. The paper published leaked confidential documents revealing that Palestinians were much more willing to make key concessions to Israel than they've ever said publicly.
The Palestinian Authority has accused al-Jazeera TV of distortion, after it leaked documents purporting to show offers of major concessions to Israel. The World's Matthew Bell reports from from the West Bank town of Ramallah.
The world's newest ocean figures in today's Geo Quiz: The ocean we're looking for covers the planet. That is, below 60 degrees southern latitude. So can you name this icy ocean that's on average 13-16 thousand feet deep?
This weekend, an operation begins in Venezuela to lay down a fiberoptic cable all the way to Cuba. We want to know where in Venezuela will the undersea cable start its journey and where will it come ashore in Cuba?
Anchor Marco Werman takes us musically to the political standoff in Ivory Coast for this Global Hit. It is a song recorded last year by Ivorian reggae singer Tiken Jah Fakoly that translates as 'Get out of office.' From PRI's The World.
Former British prime minister Blair has told the official British inquiry into the Iraq war that he disregarded a warning that attacking Iraq could be illegal without United Nations backing because it was 'provisional'. Laura Lynch reports.
This week marked the 20th anniversary of the start of the first Gulf War. Former President George H.W. Bush and top officials from his administration gathered at Texas A & M University yesterday to mark the occasion. We have some highlights.
Boar populations are skyrocketing nearly everywhere in Europe. The problem is especially bad in France, where the government estimates there are now more than a million of the beasts. The World's Gerry Hadden reports from the Alsace region of France.
South Korean special forces launched a dawn raid today in the Arabian Sea on a freighter captured by pirates. They rescued 21 hostages, killed 8 pirates ad captured five more. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from James Holmes.