Secretary of State Hillary Clinton finished up her 11-day tour of Africa today, after a final stop in Cape Verde. The World's Jeb Sharp reports that the trip was strong on rhetoric but not especially ground-breaking in terms of policy.
The World's Gerry Hadden reports on an ambitious new plan announced by the Europe Union to resettle more refugees from around the world. It's partly to distribute them more equally around Europe. But it's also an attempt to lower immigration.
We asked for the name of Amsterdam's longest canal. The answer is The Prinsengracht or the Prince's Canal. The Dutch city is also home to the Anne Frank House. There's a new video channel there. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from Maureen MacNeil.
The federal government is allowing undocumented Haitians to apply for temporary protected status. It will allow them to get jobs and come out of the shadows. The World's Katy Clark recently met some Haitians in the Boston area who were applying for TPS.
Anchor Marco Werman gets the latest on the violence in Kyrgyzstan from the BBC's Rayhan Demytrie. The last few days have been filled with ethnic clashes between Kyrgyz and Uzbeks that have left more than 180 people dead.
The United Nation says dozens of people in Ivory Coast have died in heavy fighting during the last 24 hours. Now there's fear the country could slide back into civil war. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's John James.