Latest Stories Tagged: Conflict & Justice

Global Politics

Nokia accused of taking sides in Iran

Opposition supporters in Iran have accused Nokia of helping the government eavesdrop on cell phone calls as part of its crackdown during anti-government protests last month. Jeb Sharp gets the story from correspondent Saeed Kamali Dehghan in Tehran.

Conflict & Justice

Spy crackdown in Lebanon

Lebanon has been rocked by an espionage scandal. The country has arrested scores of its own citizens on charges of spying for Israel. As The World's Aaron Schachter reports, Lebanese feel betrayed ? and baffled ? by the revelations.

Conflict & Justice

China's economy on the rise

China's attempts to revive its flagging economy seem to be working. Today, the country reported 7.9 percent growth in its second quarter. The World's Jeb Sharp reports on what impact China's economic growth may have on the rest of the world.

Conflict & Justice

Russian activist murdered

Anchor Laura Lynch speaks with Allison Gill of Human Rights Watch in Russia, about yesterday's murder of Russian human rights activist, Natalya Estemirova. Estemirova was abducted yesterday near her home in Chechnya's capital Grozny and later found dead.

Global Politics

Revisiting an Afghan girls' school

In part 3, Charles Sennott tries to revisit a girls school he reported on two years ago. The school was set up by a couple who lost their son on September 11, 2001. But the school they funded in his memory now appears to be under the Taliban.

Conflict & Justice

Geo Quiz / Geo Answer

We're searching for a 900-mile-long river system that runs through western Africa. The answer is The Volta River. It's featured in a new detective novel, ?Wife of the Gods.? Anchor Laura Lynch speaks with the author, Kwei Quartey, who grew up in Ghana.