Gazans are slowly starting to rebuild after the three week war between Israel and Hamas. Many in Gaza are getting assistance from Hamas. As The World's Quil Lawrence reports from Gaza City, Hamas is aiming to demonstrate that it's still firmly in control.
The fallout from the conflict in Gaza has now landed on the doorstep of the BBC. Britain's public broadcaster is fending off criticism over its refusal to air an appeal for aid to Palestinians in Gaza. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, who's accused of trying to sell a US senate seat, recently said that when he was arrested he took solace from thinking of three human rights heroes. Anchor Lisa Mullins has more.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Marc Garlasco, Senior Military Analyst at Human Rights Watch, who is in Gaza to study how the conflict there was fought -- on both sides. He's examining the human costs of war.
President Obama has appointed Richard Holbrooke, one of America's best-known diplomatic troubleshooters, as special representative to Afghanistan and Pakistan. The World's Jeb Sharp reports on the man and his mandate.
Afghanistan is a nation struggling with violence, corruption, tribal rivalries, and an economy built on the drug trade. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Rory Stewart about the challenges in Afghanistan.
Rwandan authorities have arrested renegade Congolese general, Laurent Nkunda. He's the leader of a Tutsi rebel force in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Anchor Marco Werman gets the story from the BBC's Peter Greste.
Rwandan Hutu militias have continued to survive in eastern Congo for a decade. In some cases, they've received support from Rwandans around the world, including some in the United States. Reporter Michael Kavanagh.