The pirates of Somalia are carrying out more and more high-seas hijackings of ships heading for the Gulf of Aden. That's despite an armada of warships. Marco Werman talks with Jeffrey Gettleman of the New York Times about the piracy problem.
News of piracy often overshadows another story of Somalia: the suffering of ordinary Somalis. MSF nurse Javier Roldan started photographing the Somalis who came to the hospital in Jamaame. The result is a rare glimpse into the life of ordinary Somalis.
The World's Jason Margolis reports on the escalating violence in Somalia, and this week, a US naval submarine fired missiles into southern Somalia aimed at a what the US military said was an Al Qaeda target.
Food aid to Somalia is being diverted and stolen on a massive scale, according to a leaked United Nations report. Anchor Marco Werman gets the details from Jeffrey Gettleman, East Africa correspondent for the New York Times.
Somalia's Islamist insurgents have ordered a number of radio stations throughout the country to stop playing music. The BBC's Mohammed Olad Hassan is in Mogadishu ? and Mogadishu is one of the answers to our geo quiz today.