Darfur advocates say they're increasingly worried about the humanitarian situation in Sudan's Darfur, now that President Omar al-Bashir has expelled 13 foreign aid groups. And they say they're concerned the Obama administration is taking too long to address the looming crisis. The World's Jeb Sharp reports.
Aid agencies in Sudan today warned that the five-year-old peace deal between north and south Sudan could collapse. Reporter Alan Boswell finds out what's going wrong with the 2005 peace deal that ended a generation of conflict.
An oil-rich area on the border between northern and southern Sudan is adding to already tense relations that exist between the Sudanese government and southern leaders. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from Rebecca Hamilton.
Sudan may soon be split into two separate nations now that a vote for southern independence is over. Preliminary results from last week's referendum showed huge support for secession by south Sudanese voters. Matthew Brunwasser has more.
A computer anti-virus company says it has discovered a new and malicious piece of software infecting machines across the Middle East. Experts say "Flame" is possibly the world's largest and most complicated malware, and it seems to be targetting Iran.
It's been Sudanese tradition for generations to encourage women to weigh as much as possible when they marry. But, as the importance of health, and the impact of obesity on health, has become more apparent, and as global images of women have become more prevalent, that's all starting to change.
We hear about dog meat in restaurants in China and Vietnam, but we don't often hear about people eating cat meat. But Vietnamese officials are trying to clamp down on that country's burgeoning market for cat meat. That story and more in today's Global Scan.
It's been a year since the International Criminal Court named its first two Sudanese suspects as war criminals for their actions against citizens of Darfur, a region of Sudan, yet to date there has been no trial and the suspects remain free,