Protests against Hosni Mubarak and his rule grow. Hundreds of thousands rallied in central Cairo urging him to step down immediately. The demonstration was the biggest since protests began last week. The World's Matthew Bell is in Cairo.
The grieving relatives of the latest victims in Mexico's drug wars are coming together for a gruesome task. They are going to the morgue in the Mexican city of Matamoros to search for their loved ones among the dead. Hernán Rozemberg has the story.
This time of year, thousands travel from the US to Mexico to visit family, often by car. It can be a dangerous trip, given widespread drug war violence and high levels of crime on the highways of northern Mexico.
The protests in Egypt are focusing attention on the Muslim Brotherhood. It has Egypt's largest grassroots network and is linked with other Islamist movements. Host Marco Werman finds out more about their plans from former spokesman Kamal el-Halbawy.
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.
The last US combat brigade rolled out of Iraq Wednesday night. The troops are happy but Iraqis have mixed feelings. Anchor Jeb Sharp spoke to Blake Hall, a former US Army captain and a member of the elite Army Rangers. He led a scout platoon in Iraq.