Latest Stories Tagged: Conflict & Justice

Global Politics

Gates stays on

The organizational chart for Barack Obama's national security team is starting to take shape. And it appears to be heavier on "experience" than "change." The World's Matthew Bell reports.

Global Politics

Obama's torture dilemma

Another issue facing the incoming Obama Administration is what to do about Bush Administration interrogation policies and whether to investigate alleged abuses. One option is a truth commission. The World's Jeb Sharp reports.

Conflict & Justice

Mumbai attacks

Anchor Ken Bader speaks with Mumbai reporter Nikhil Dixit about the attacks in Mumbai, India, today. Dozens of people were killed when gunmen opened fire at several locations in the city, including hotels and other places popular with foreign tourists.

Arts, Culture & Media

Dutch drug tourism

The Dutch have some of the most liberal drug laws. But some local officials are fed up with foreigners who invade their towns looking for drugs. So they want to close the so-called coffee shops that sell marijuana. Emily Kop reports from the Netherlands.

Conflict & Justice

Tibet's uncharted future

Tibetan exiles worldwide long to see a free Tibet. The Dalai Lama has led their struggle for decades. Now he's thinking about retirement. The World's Mary Kay Magistad has the latest on the Dalai Lama, and Tibet's uncharted future.

Conflict & Justice

Congo's rebel leader

The Democratic Republic of Congo is a country again in turmoil. The latest violence involves a rebel general named Laurent Nkunda. Nkunda's managed to take over large swathes of eastern Congo with a small band of well-trained soldiers.