Egypt would be almost all barren desert without the Nile. Now while Cairo burns, countries further upstream are closing in on a deal that may strip Egypt of its traditional water rights. Anchor Marco Werman gets details from Steven Solomon.
Iraq is sending planes to Egypt to evacuate its nationals. Correspondent Jane Arraf has been at the airport in Baghdad. She tells anchor Marco Werman how Iraq is turning out to be a safe haven for some.
Anchor Marco Werman reports on Egyptian journalist Shahira Amin, who resigned from her job at Nile TV, the Egyptian state television channel. Shahira says she could no longer work there because she'd been forced to keep some facts from the public.
The Geo Quiz is making a pilgrimage of sorts. We're looking for a tiny, tidal island, right off the coast of Normandy in France. A government plan to erect wind turbines nearby is now threatening its status as a World Heritage Site.
Correspondent Daniel Estrin reports on a heavy metal band Orphaned Land based in Tel Aviv whose music is providing a soundtrack for social change as young Egyptians rally for democracy across the Middle East.
Foreign journalists covering the unrest in Cairo have been attacked and in some cases detained. From Cairo, Ursula Lindsey reports that the crackdown also appears to involve airing allegations that the foreign press is part of an anti-Mubarak plot.