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Jordi Savall

Correspondent Betto Arcos brings us the latest work by Catalan musician Jordi Savall. The early music master turned to a dark chapter in medieval history for his latest project. It's called 'The Forgotten Kingdom � The Cathar Tragedy.'

Conflict & Justice

Russia's media and terrorism

Russia's state-run TV did not initially tell viewers about Monday's bombings but news consumers did find ample live coverage of the attacks on the Web. Moscow based journalist Masha Gessen says Russians don't expect much from TV news.

Global Politics

Revaluing China's currency

The US government wants China to revalue its currency. So far, though, China has been reluctant to take that step. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on China's reluctance, and what a change in value might mean for China's economy.

Global Politics

Serbia apologizes for massacre

Anchor Marco Werman talks to Ljiljana Smajlovic, president of the Journalists Association of Serbia, about the news that Serbia has officially apologized for the 1995 massacre of thousands of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica.

Global Politics

Decentralizing Haiti reconstruction

Haitian representatives are meeting with donors. They're presenting a plan for rebuilding. An essential component of that plan involves building infrastructure and creating jobs, but outside of Port-au-Prince. The World's Amy Bracken has more.

Arts, Culture & Media

Iceland volcano

A volcano in Iceland features in our Geo Quiz. It's been erupting for a few days now. So far, the volcano's spectacular displays of smoke and lava have mostly been a boon for tourism. Bjorn Eriksen manages a hotel within sight of the volcano.

Global Politics

South Korea's silver job fairs

In South Korea, Many retirees are discovering they need extra cash or just something to do to make them feel productive. So a growing number of them are attending Silver Fairs. These are job fairs for work for people over 60. Jason Strother reports.

Arts, Culture & Media

Betting on divorce

Hedge funds are investing in big time divorce cases for spouses who think their exes have significant assets but can't afford to pay the legal fees to fight the case. And Laura attends 'divorce fair' giving helpful advice for divorcees.