Anchor Marco Werman gets the latest on Egypt's anti-government protests from The World's Matthew Bell, who is reporting on events on the ground in Cairo, and speaking to a cross-section of Egyptians in the process.
On day three of Operation Moshtarak, senior Afghan officers said areas around Marjah were being cleared of insurgents. The campaign aims to put areas back under Afghan government control. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Rod Norland of the New York Times.
Today, there are thousands of Haitians living in tent camps. Officials have declared 21 of those camps ï¿½high-risk.' They're likely to flood in the coming rainy season. And now, the rains are beginning. The World's Amy Bracken reports.
The damage caused by the BP oil spill in the Gulf is expected to affect the region's environment and economy for decades. And some are suggesting it's a greater threat to US national security. The World's Katy Clark has the story.
A year ago Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was kidnapped by the Honduran military. He made a dramatic return by sneaking back into the country. These days Zelaya is living in exile in the Dominican Republic. Reporter Enrique Rivera reports.
UN aid agencies have said hundreds of thousands of people affected by the floods in Pakistan have yet to receive aid, adding that the relief operation remains underfunded. Katy Clark gets the latest from Oxfam operations manager Arif Jabbar in Islamabad.
Mexico is celebrating the bicentennial of its independence with parties across the country. The celebrations mark the 1810 uprising that paved the way for the end of Spanish rule in 1821. Eric Niiler reports from Mexico.
Pakistani tribesman are taking the CIA to court over allegations that US drone strikes killed their relatives. The BBC's Aleem Maqbool talks with Lisa Mullins about the drone attacks in Pakistan's tribal region.