German researchers are still trying to identify the source of a deadly E. coli outbreak after Spanish cucumbers were found not to have the lethal strain. Spain is threatening legal action after destroying tonnes of vegetables. Gerry Hadden has more.
Haitian are still battling to rebuild their lives and their homes two years after the devastating earthquake. Historian Laurent Dubois explains how Haiti's turbulent past continues to resonate in its politics today.
The man likely to become China's next leader, Vice-President Xi Jinping, is set to begin a closely watched visit to the United States. In comments ahead of his trip Xi sounded a note of warning to the US over its military stance in the Pacific.
Marco Werman talks to Aliki Gkerlioti, a young Greek lawyer who's been studying in Germany for the last year, to find what it's like to be Greek in Germany as tensions rise between Germany and Greece over Greece's financial crisis.
A huge shipment of fresh Colombian roses and carnations arrived at Miami International Airport; Augusto Solano, president of the Colombian Association of Flower Exporters says the new trade agreement is good news for Colombia.
Greeks go to the polls on June 17th with the financial crisis weighing heavily on them. Some are finding hope in a left-wing coalition called Syriza. But others question whether the party, and it's young leader, are fit to govern.
The economic news from Europe is getting grimmer. Spain is facing increased borrowing costs, with a bailout from its European partners. It's looking more likely even powerhouse Germany might see its pristine credit rating downgraded.