A court in Egypt ordered jail sentences for 43 pro-democracy workers, most of them foreigners. The group includes several Americans who left Egypt and were sentenced in absentia. They were charged with operating illegally in the country.
President Obama's plan faces strong opposition in Washington, but Joanna Lewis, who teaches science, technology and international affairs at Georgetown, says it's likely to get a much warmer reception outside the country.
NSA leader Edward Snowden has stirred up a national election campaign in Germany, where US surveillance practices have sparked controversy. The World's host speaks with Constanze Stelzenmuller of the German Marshall Fund.
Hundreds of Turks staged a protest against the government's plan to pave over an Istanbul park to build a shopping mall. Reporter Dalia Mortada tells anchor Marco Werman about how the protests have morphed and changed over the past several days.
Some immigrants living in the shadows have gone to Washington, D.C. to lobby directly for immigration reform. We meet a janitor who made the trek to D.C. along with other members of his union. He's originally from Mexico and now lives in Pittsburgh.
Malaysian families are facing a critical shortage of maids. Most of the maids come from Indonesia. But Indonesia banned its citizens from going to work as maids in Malaysia after a series of abuses against them. Jennifer Pak reports from Kuala Lumpur.