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Global Politics

Turkey tense over house vote

The US House Foreign Affairs Committee is voting tomorrow on whether to use the term ?genocide? to describe the World War One-era killing of Armenians. The vote will be closely watched in Turkey. Correspondent Matthew Brunwasser reports from Istanbul.

Global Politics

Violence in Belfast

Community leaders in Northern Ireland today are trying to figure out why violence has returned to the streets of Belfast. There've been riots for the past three nights. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Father Gary Donegan in the Ardoyne.

Conflict & Justice

Lust-in-heart case in Italy

The World's Gerry Hadden reports on a case in Italy where a judge upheld a Church ruling annulling a marriage because the woman had THOUGHT about having an affair. She did not actually HAVE one. The ruling means the woman is also denied alimony.

Global Politics

Senator John Kerry on Sudan

Residents of southern Sudan prepare to go to the polls on Sunday to vote on whether to split Africa's largest nation in two. Senate Foreign Relations chair John Kerry is in Khartoum. He tells host Lisa Mullins about Washington's stake in the vote.

Global Politics

An 'Allah' ban in Malaysia

A Malaysian court will decide tomorrow whether a Catholic newspaper can challenge a government ban on non-Muslims using the term ?allah? in their publications to refer to God. Jennifer Pak has the story from Kuala Lumpur.