Peter Moore, one of five British men taken hostage in Iraq in May 2007 has been released alive from captivity. Mr. Moore, an IT consultant was seized in Baghdad in May 2007. The World's Laura Lynch reports from London.
Fiscal stability is on the minds of many Americans as the sequester deadline looms. There's been much discussion about how unpleasant the cuts could be, and how they might slow down the economy. Europeans are brutally familiar with that kind of austerity.
Jeb Sharp speaks with Radhika Coomaraswamy, the UN Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict about the use of child soldiers by Maoists in Nepal and the efforts to release them back into society.
Syrians are now the second largest group of refugees to enter the EU. They usually come through Greece, but the country is overwhelmed. Reporter Marine Olivesi traveled with a Syrian family that landed there and is desperately trying to get to Sweden.
An al Qaeda-inspired plot is making headlines in Canada. It involves a home-grown plot that allegedly targeted major landmarks in Toronto. This week, one of the alleged ringleaders went on trial. Anita Elash has more from Toronto.