Lebanese and Israeli soldiers exchanged gun fire in a border dispute that left four people dead Tuesday. Anchor David Baron talks with The World's Matthew Bell who is on the Israeli side of the border.
Burundi has been threatened by the Somali insurgent group al Shabab for sending peacekeeping troops to Somalia. Last month, al Shabab attacked Uganda. Correspondent Zack Baddorf reports from Burundi's capital, Bujumbura.
South Africa's former top cop gets a 15-year sentence for corruption. The BBC's Jonah Fisher tells David Baron how testimony detailed the police chief's clandestine shopping trips on the tab of one of the country's leading underworld figures.
The West African nation of Liberia needs a functioning judicial system badly for many reasons, including for settling land disputes. Some refugees have returned to find other people living on their land. The World's Jason Margolis has more.
The man believed to be the last surviving person sent to a concentration camp for being a homosexual decided to speak out. He's 97 now, and has just published a book about his experience. The World's Genevieve Oger has more.
The U.S. has pledged $10 million to aid Pakistanis hit by the worst flooding in a generation. Islamic charities, some with suspected ties to militants, are stepping in to help and may gain support if their relief efforts pay off.
A state of emergency has been in place since mid-May In Thailand. Despite this, and two bombs that went off in Bangkok last week, some business leaders are trying to project an image of business as usual. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports.