Latest Stories Tagged: Conflict & Justice

Global Politics

Times Square suspect

Anchor Marco Werman learns more about the man accused of the failed car bomb in Times Square from writer Steve Coll. Coll has been writing about the would-be bomber for The New Yorker website.

Global Politics

NYC bomb suspect ?nearly escaped US'

Details have emerged of how Pakistan-born Faisal Shahzad, who is suspected of plotting to bomb New York City's Times Square, was arrested while trying to leave the US. The World's Matthew Bell reports on changes being made to the way no-fly lists work.

Conflict & Justice

Greece protest turns violent

Three people have been killed in the Greek capital, Athens, where protests against big cuts in government spending have turned violent. Marco Werman speaks with one of the protestors, Despina Koutsoumba, who's with the Greek Civil Servants' Trade Union.

Global Politics

North Korea's Kim visits China

A train believed to be carrying North Korean leader Kim Jong-il has left the Chinese city of Dalian and is reportedly bound for Beijing. He arrived in China on Monday, traveling on his special train. Mary Kay Magistad reports.

Conflict & Justice

Day three of Nepal strike

In Nepal, armed police are escorting emergency supplies of food and fuel into the capital, Kathmandu, on day three of a general strike that has crippled the country. Anchor Marco Werman gets the latest from the BBC's Jo Jolly, in Kathmandu.

Arts, Culture & Media

West Bank tourism

Jewish settlers have come up with a new campaign to hold onto the West Bank. They want to attract tourists to their area and hope the visitors will not want the West Bank to become part of a Palestinian state. Linda Gradstein reports.