Anchor Marco Werman speaks with reporter Michael Kavanagh about a military court trial in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Eight police officers are charged with the kidnapping and murder of human rights activist Floribert Chebaya.
There will be elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo a year from now. Some Congo experts say free and fair elections are paramount but others say the international community focuses too much on elections. The World's Jeb Sharp reports.
Re-elected Iraqi President Jalal Talabani has reappointed Shia leader Nouri Maliki as prime minister; but the power-sharing deal was thrown into doubt after the main Sunni alliance walked out of parliament. Lisa Mullins talks with The BBC's Jim Muir.
Today is Veterans Day. In Canada it is called Remembrance Day. As men and women who served in wars of the first half of the 20th century are disappearing, some Canadian veterans are calling on younger generations to keep the remembrance alive.
The Cuban government is criticizing a new video game in which US special ops soldiers try to kill a young Fidel Castro. A Cuban government website said the fame glorifies assassination and will turn American children into ï¿½sociopaths.ï¿½
These are tough economic times and countries are imposing some tough economic measures. Britain is reducing spending on higher education. The World's Laura Lynch updates on Britain's latest sweeping changes to the country's social safety net.
Entitlement programs protecting the middle class are under assault around the world. In the US, everything from social security payments to mortgage tax deductions appears to be up for discussion. Guy Sorman is a French philosopher and economist.
There is a quiet green slope of land in England that is hallowed ground for Americans and the British alike. It holds the remains of American veterans from World War II, who never made it home. Anchor Lisa Mullins takes us there.
In our Geo Quiz we're looking for the South American home of the charango which also has links to Iceland. For the Global Hit, Marco Werman speaks with Icelandic singer-songwriter Olof Arnalds who sings and plays airy Icelandic songs on the charango.
The UN Security Council has condemned the recent spate of terrorist attacks in Iraq. The attacks are targeting Iraq's large Christian minority. Jane Arraf is Iraq correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor.
A new agency at the United Nations aims to promote equality and women's rights. The surprise list of the board members includes Saudi Arabia, Libya and Congo. Philippe Bolopion, UN advocacy director for Human Rights Watch speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins.
On the eve of the G20 summit in Seoul, Simon Johnson, professor at the Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the former chief for the International Monetary Fund, explains the issue.
The poppy has different symbolic meanings if you're in China or if you're in Britain. That made things somewhat awkward as members of the British government made a diplomatic visit to Beijing today. The World's Alex Gallafent explains.