Matthew Brunwasser reports on the funeral Tuesday of a former Turkish Prime Minister, now considered the father of political Islam in Turkey, one of the few countries in the Middle East region to successfully mix religion and politics.
The turmoil in the north African country of Libya figures in today's Geo Quiz: Many are now fleeing the unrest, streaming into several different countries. We're looking for the names of some of those places...
Two well-known musicians in their respective countries have a new CD out - American guitarist Bill Frisell and Brazilian singer-songwriter Vinicius Cantuaria. Betto Arcos tells us about their recent collaboration.
Anchor Lisa Mullins takes us to events elsewhere in the Arab world, as unrest spreads to the Gulf state of Oman. Protests continue in Bahrain, while Tunisians push for reform, and Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak faces more trouble at home.
We're looking for a city in Tuscany for our Geo Quiz today. It's known for its fabrics, its delicious biscotti, and now for its growing Chinese community. The city has the second largest Chinese immigrant population in Italy.
US Lt. Colonel William Johnson offered his apology on behalf of NATO troops to the governor of Afghanistan's Nangarhar province for the deaths of six civilians. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from James Foley, a reporter for "Stars and Stripes."
Tens of thousands of people in Libya have been fleeing to Tunisia to escape the fighting. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Firas Kayal, a representative of the UNHCR refugee agency, who is on the border between Tunisia and Libya.
The World's Katy Clark reports on what could happen in Libya if the Gaddafi regime were to fall. There's concern that chaos or civil war could follow, because Gaddafi has prevented any leaders or institutions to develop under his rule.
Friday marks two weeks since Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was toppled by popular protests. The World's Ben Gilbert brings us the voices of three Egyptians who reflect on how their lives and their country have changed.
The World's Matthew Bell reports on today's cancelled "Day of Rage" in the West Bank. The protests were called off over concern that popular anger could instead turn against Palestinian officials themselves.
The World's Alex Gallafent reports on Al Jazeera's impact on events in Libya. The TV network's Arabic language news coverage is watched via satellite by many Libyans hungry for something other than the official coverage on Libya's state-run broadcasters.
For today's Geo Quiz, we head to the frozen north. We have heard a lot about the problem of melting ice as climate change warms up the Arctic. But scientists are also worried about something else that is melting up there — permafrost.