There have been several knife attacks on kindergarten students and staff in China The latest was today. At least seven children and one teacher were killed. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Damian Grammaticus, who's in Beijing.
In Britain, there's a new push to empty overcrowded prisons. The UK has too much prison over-crowding and will announce that fewer offenders will be locked up, more will be rehabilitated. The World's Laura Lynch reports from London.
Anchor David Baron speaks with The World's science reporter, Rhitu Chatterjee, about the revelation that milk and meat from the offspring of cloned cattle may have made their way into the British food chain.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Gideon Long, who's at the mine where 33 miners have been trapped underground since early August. Rescuers successfully drilled a narrow bore hole from the surface down to where the men are.
The rationing of health care is not always obvious or explicit. Implicit factors may determine who receives care and who does not.One factor may have imposed a form of unintentional rationing on AIDS care in Zambia, as David Baron reports.