The trial of Anders Breivik, the Norwegian man who is accused of trying to start a race war by massacring dozens at a political party youth conference, has faded from the headlines as it marches onward. But for Norwegians, the questions it raised are still bold. They're trying to find their way forward amidst uncomfortable questions.
A Sri Lankan paper recently tried a new way to fight disease: printing the news using mosquito-repelling ink. But no one knows for sure if such moves are effective — or just a creative advertising stunt.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the widow of a Sri Lankan newspaper editor who wrote a piece predicting his own death. Sonali Wickrematunge published her husband's last editorial just days after he was assassinated on his way to work.
Showing affection in public is frowned upon in Sri Lanka. So the government has come up with an idea; creating a sheltered Lovers' Park so that those who want to cuddle, can- away from disapproving stares. The BBC's Charles Haviland has more from Colombo.
Anchor Katy Clark speaks with the BBC's Charles Haviland in Sri Lanka about the latest chapter in the country's 25-year civil war. The Sri Lankan military is fighting its way into the last slice of territory held by Tamil Tiger rebels. Tens of thousands of civilians are trying to flee the area, and there are fears that many civilians have been killed.