At least 1,100 people have died in the earthquake that struck the Indonesian island of Sumatra on Wednesday, UN humanitarian chief John Holmes has said. Marco Werman gets the latest from Amelia Merrick with the aid group World Vision.
Officials in Yemen have confirmed the man charged with attempting to blow up an airliner outside Detroit spent time in Yemen recently. Also, a Yemeni-based al Qaeda affiliate has claimed responsibility for the plot. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
Bottlenecks and infrastructure damage have been holding up aid efforts in Haiti. There is little sign of humanitarian supplies beyond the Port-au-Prince airport. We get an update from UN spokesman Vincenzo Pugliese.
Toyota hasn't stopped selling cars in Japan but the company's problems in the U.S. and now Europe have made headlines back home. Akiko Fujita tells us how the Toyota recall has been playing out in Japan. From PRI's The World.
Chile is struggling to provide food and water for thousands of homeless people after the devastating earthquake on Saturday which killed more than 700 people. Marco Werman talks with the BBC's Gideon Long in Santiago.
Poland continues to mourn the loss of its president, Lech Kaczynski, and the many others who died when the presidential plane crashed in western Russia. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Adam Easton in Warsaw.
15 years ago, ultra-Orthodox rabbis lobbied bus companies to establish Israel's first separated line. Now, some women in the community are speaking out against gender segregation. Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem.