Turkey's government is working on legislation that would legalize the Kurdish language and establish a committee to fight discrimination. Most Turks know little about the Kurdish minority in their country. The World's Aaron Schachter has the story.
The FDLR is a militia group made up of former Rwandan Hutus who fled to the neighboring DR Congo after the 1994 genocide. The BBC's Peter Greste reports on the connection between some of the ongoing violence in Congo and an FDLR leader based in Germany.
While China's state-run media have given President Obama high marks on his visit to China, civil rights lawyers and human rights activists there are disappointed in the president's conciliatory tone. The World's Mary Kay Magistad takes a look.
On Tuesday, President Obama and his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao agreed to cooperate on climate change and other important matters. Anchor Jeb Sharp talks with David Biello, the associate editor for environment and energy at Scientific American magazine.
The British Ambassador to the United States, Sir Nigel Sheinwald, has written a blog post extolling the virtue of British (on screen) vampires. The World's Alex Gallafent would ï¿½take the pulse of the story' if only it had one.
Over thirty years after his death, Vladimir Nabokov's last, unfinished novel, was released today. Anchor Marco Werman discusses the novel with Keith Gessen, editor of the New York literary magazine, N+1.
With the Israeli-Palestinian peace process stalled, many Palestinians have given up on negotiations. They want to unilaterally declare an independent Palestinian state. Linda Gradstein reports from Ramallah in the West Bank.