Nepal faces a political dilemma. It can't settle on a new prime minister. That reflects deep political divisions between Nepal's political parties. As Reese Ehrlich reports, there's another issue; How to integrate ex-guerillas into the country's miiltary.
Chemical weapons are banned by most nations of the world, though Syria isn't one of them. It's still unclear, though, what countries can do when other countries use chemical weapons. What's becoming more clear, though, is that there's still not an easy legal justification for military strikes on Syria.
A year after the Lockerbie bomber was released from a Scottish prison and sent home to Libya, four US senators are calling for a new investigation into why he was let out. The World's Marcus Wraight reports.
The right of return is an essential idea for Palestinians who became refugees after the creation of Israel. But some younger Palestinians say they don't want to go back to a land they've never known. Correspondent Lina Sinjab reports from Damascus.
Last year, a coup d'etat in Mali fed an Islamist uprising in the country's north. Thousands of Malians were displaced: hundreds more tortured and killed. But it didn't stop singer Rokia Traore from creating a new album that pushes people to seek beauty.
Four African Union peacekeepers were killed when a mortar hit Somalia's presidential palace, officials say. Islamist insurgents battle government forces. The Washington Post's Sudarsan Raghavan has been filing from Mogadishu since the fighting began.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Marvin Miller, who co-authored an article in the latest issue of Foreign Affairs which suggests that it's time Israel come clean about its possession of nuclear weapons.