The World's Marco Werman introduces us to Sa'k Pase Ayiti, Creole for ?what's happened to Haiti.? It's a new album which features a dozen Haitian and Caribbean artists who are commemorating in song the first anniversary of Haiti's catastrophic earthquake.
Anchor Marco Werman finds out what the earthquake felt like from Eric Due, an American who's lived in Japan for 20 years. Due was working at his job in the newsroom of The Japan Times when the quake struck.
Brazil is mourning the passing of architect Oscar Niemeyer. The man who gave the capital Brasilia its distinctive curved buildings died Wednesday at the age of 104. Marco Werman talks about Niemeyer's legacy with Lawrence Vale, a professor at MIT.
US officials who watch South Sudan are sounding an alarm that the young country is increasingly at war with itself. Anchor Marco Werman walks with Gayle Smith, President Obama's point person on South Sudan.