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Science, Tech & Environment

Trouble for Knut

Knut the Polar Bear has become famous at the Berlin Zoo in Germany. Now he's looking for a new home, because zoo officials say they can't afford to keep him. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from the BBC's Damien McGuiness in Berlin.

Arts, Culture & Media

India's 9/11

Last week's attacks on Mumbai have been referred to by some as "India's 9/11." The World's Alex Gallafent reports there's some concern about the widespread use of the term "9/11."

Lifestyle & Belief

Geo quiz/global hit

For today's Geo Quiz we asked which one of the following ISN'T an actual town in the United States. Arabia, Nebraska -- Bagdad, California -- Cairo, Illinois -- Mecca, Indiana -- Palestine, Texas. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Jonathan Curiel about discovering traces of Arab and Islamic culture in unexpected places here in the US.

Conflict & Justice

Gaza ban lifted

For the past month, foreign journalists have not been allowed to go into Gaza. But that ban is now over. Today reporter Linda Gradstein went into Gaza, and she tells us what she saw there.

Global Politics

Trouble in Zambia

Zambia is considered one of Africa's most stable countries. But recently, it's hit shaky ground. A controversial election and rising food prices are putting the young democracy to the test. The World's Laura Lynch has details.

Global Politics

Rice visits India

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was in New Delhi, India today. Secretary Rice made the trip to try to diffuse tensions between India and Pakistan. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from the BBC's Tinku Ray in New Delhi.

Conflict & Justice

Protests in Mumbai

Thousands of people gathered in Mumbai today to express their anger at India's security forces for their handling of last week's deadly attacks. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the full story from the BBC's Damian Grammaticus.

Global Politics

Richardson chosen for commerce post

President-elect Barack Obama today named New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson as his commerce secretary. One of the country's most prominent Latino politicians accepted the nomination...in Spanish and English. The World's Matthew Bell reports.