The World's Aaron Schachter reports on a summit today among the leaders of Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Syria. One objective may be to get Syria to cooperate on various issues, from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, to containing Iran.
Egyptian-Anglo singer Natacha Atlas had already recorded a subversive political song. Then the uprising in Egypt gave her the chance to adapt that song. The World's Marco Werman speaks with Atlas about the new track, called "Egypt: Rise to Freedom."
Anchor Lisa Mullins takes us to events elsewhere in the Arab world, as unrest spreads to the Gulf state of Oman. Protests continue in Bahrain, while Tunisians push for reform, and Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak faces more trouble at home.
The crossing of the Red Sea in the biblical story of the Exodus has long made theologians wonder, where could the legendary event have taken place? In the Geo Quiz, Carl Drews is trying to shed some light on the issue. Marco Werman talks with him.