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Musharraf facing impeachment

Today the leaders of Pakistan's ruling coalition government announced they want to impeach President Pervez Musharraf, and Anchor Katy Clark speaks with the BBC's Mark Dummett in Islamabad about this latest challenge to Musharraf's rule.

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Bolivia's recall vote

Ruxandra Guidi reports on Bolivia's recall referendum this weekend, as voters will have the chance to decide if President Evo Morales and several opposition governors should stay in office or be thrown out.

Verdict in Guantanamo trial

There was a mixed verdict today in the Guantanamo trial of Osama bin Laden's former driver, as Anchor Marco Werman gets an update from Los Angles Times correspondent Carol Williams, who is in Guantanamo covering the trial.

Science, Tech & Environment

Cyber-crime bust

Federal prosecutors say they've cracked the largest cyber crime syndicate ever, and they're charging 11 people from 5 different countries with identity theft, as The World's Matthew Bell follows the trail of the stolen credit card data.


Afghan Olympians

The BBC's Alastair Leithead reports from Kabul on two of Afghanistan's four Olympic representatives in Beijing: the two are Tae Kwan Do athletes, and they're hoping to win Afghanistan its first-ever Olympic medal.

Global Politics

China shuts door on Cheek

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with former Olympic speed skater and now Darfur activist Joey Cheek, who thought he would be flying to Beijing today and instead, he had his visa revoked by Chinese authorities.