Today, police in Britain announced that they've shut down a website called DarkMarket. Authorities say the site allowed criminals worldwide to buy and sell things such as credit card numbers, bank details, and log-ins.
The World's Aaron Schachter tells us about a new play that opened in Beirut this week. It's an adaptation of a critically acclaimed book about the Israeli curfew imposed on the West Bank Palestinian city of Ramallah in 2002.
The World's Quil Lawrence spent a week at a U.S. military hospital on the frontlines in Afghanistan. We hear from doctors and nurses working there about what it's like dealing with patients on both sides of the fighting.
Ten years ago today the Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet was arrested. His case has become a benchmark for the international human rights movement. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from Peter Kornbluh of the National Security Archive.
The World's Clark Boyd reports on a "virtual candidate" running for president in Azerbaijan today. Most real candidates boycotted the election, to protest political repression by the incumbent. The World's Clark Boyd has the story.
Shopkeepers in the main bazaar of Iran's capital, Tehran, shut down for the day on Sunday. They were protesting a sales tax imposed by Iran's president. The work stoppage worked -- the tax was suspended.