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Gaza: one year later

It's been almost a year since the Palestinian militant group Hamas took control of the Gaza Strip, and The World's Quil Lawrence reports on what life's been like for some of the one and half million people living in Gaza.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

For yesterday's Geo Quiz, we asked people to name ten countries that have four-letter names. We also asked people to let us know if we missed any. Apparently, we did. The World's David Leveille has this update.

Conflict & Justice

Canadian government apologizes

Canada's prime minister apologized today to Canadian Indians who survived a harsh assimilation policy; for more than a century, Canada's native children were sent to state-funded Christian schools where many were physically and sexually abused

Global Politics

Kenyans head to the polls

Six months after violence erupted in Kenya over a disputed presidential election, voters are heading back to the polls and these latest by-elections will test the strength of the nation's young coalition government

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

For our Geo Quiz today we asked you to name the countries in the world with 4 letters. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with author David Jenkin about his travels in Oman, Togo, Peru, Mali, Laos, Chad, Cuba, Fiji, Iran, and Iraq. Jenkins wrote the book, "The Four Letter Countries: The Zany Adventures of the Alphabet Traveller."

Global Politics

President Bush reflects on Iraq

President Bush continues his farewell journey through Europe, and yesterday, he gave an exclusive interview to Tom Baldwin, a correspondent for the British newspaper, The Times; the two spoke about the run-up to the Iraq war

FARC's new leader

Lisa Mullins speaks with journalist Steven Dudley about the recent change in leadership for Colombia's FARC rebel group.

Waste and corruption in Iraq

Supporters and opponents of the war in Iraq don't see eye to eye very often, but just about everyone agrees there's been too much waste and corruption in the reconstruction effort