Thousands of people in Mongolia are struggling to survive after losing much of their livelihood to nature's wrath. The BBC's Chris Hogg reports from one of the worst affected areas in central Mongolia.
For today's Geo Quiz, we're headed to the lost city of the Incas. Now, we're not asking you to name that ancient city in Peru. That'd be too easy. It's Machu Picchu. What we want to know is who discovered Machu Picchu.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Sarah Rainsford about the first funerals for those killed by the Moscow subway bombings, and about Russian President Dmitri Medvedev's call for tougher anti-terrorism measures.
Russia's President Medvedev made a surprise visit to Dagestan, a day after 12 people were killed in a double suicide attack in the North Caucasus republic. Former national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski gives Marco Werman his reaction.
Colleen Renee LaRose, better known as ?Jihad Jane,' was recruited and trained online to carry out a terrorist attack. Jihadist organizations have been using social networking since their inception to gather new recruits. Susannah George has this report.
Finland has come up with a plan to save mail delivery costs. Its postal service ? Itella ? plans to open people's letters, scan them, and send the contents to the recipients via e-mail. Anchor Marco Werman explains.