Three British men were found guilty today of conspiring to commit mass murder by blowing up airplanes. Their arrest in 2006 led to the restrictions on liquids. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Rob Watson in London, where the trial took place.
There was more unrest in the city of Urumqi in western China over the weekend. Protesters demanded the resignation of the regional leader. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with The World's Beijing correspondent Mary Kay Magistad for an update.
In Egypt, followers of the Bahai religion have often complain of persecution and even official discrimination. But they have recently made gains in the largely Muslim country. The World's Aya Batrawy reports from Cairo.
A song by international pop star Chris de Burgh is an unlikely hit among separatists in Kashmir. It helped raise awareness of violence in region. We'll hear an excerpt from a BBC documentary on the use of new media in Kashmir.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Miami Herald reporter Frances Robles about the new rules in effect now for travel to Cuba. The new rules allow Americans with family in Cuba to go there as often as they want, and stay as long as they want.
The World's William Troop reports on the Colombian debate over presidential term limits. There's a push to allow Colombian President Uribe to run for a third term in office. Critics say that would open the door to dictators to trample Colombian democracy.
The father of a Colombian soldier who has been held by the FARC rebel group for almost 12 years is carrying a cross through the country to remind people of those hostages still being held in the jungle. John Otis reports from Colombia