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Global Politics

Iraqi reporter in custody

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with reporter Sahar Issa with McClatchey Newsapers in Baghdad about the Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at President Bush. The man is currently being held by authorities for questioning.

Global Politics

Bloggers behind bars

Cyrus Farivar reports on an online group aimed at promoting free speech and supporting bloggers who've been imprisoned for their writings. The March 18th movement was inspired by the death of a young Iranian blogger in a Tehran prison.

Conflict & Justice

Cartoon tensions in the Netherlands

Prosecutors in the Netherlands will charge an Arab cultural group for hate crimes because of a cartoon on their website which has offended Jewish groups. Arab groups say prosecutors are guilty of double standards. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.

Global Politics

President Obama in South Korea

President Obama's Asia visit will conclude this week in South Korea. Many South Koreans are more worried about their government's decision to dispatch troops to Afghanistan. Jason Strothers previews the President's visit.

Conflict & Justice

Corporate campaign spending

The US Supreme Court lifted long-standing limits yesterday on corporate campaign spending in this country. The World's Katy Clark looks at how big a role corporate dollars play in elections elsewhere around the globe.

Conflict & Justice

Journalist told to leave Sudan

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with journalist Heba Aly, one of the few foreign journalists allowed to report from inside Sudan...until now. She was just told to leave the country. The International Criminal Court is deciding whether to charge Sudan's president with war crimes, and his government has launched a massive security crackdown.