Soviet leader Joseph Stalin was one of the most murderous dictators of the 20th century. And yet, 60 years after his death, he remains popular in some former Soviet republics - especially in his own nation of Georgia.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with reporter Jacob Resneck in Tbilisi, Georgia, about the continued protests there. For the second day in a row, thousands of demonstrators took to the streets to demand that the country's president step down.
When Paul Salopek began his 21,000-mile-long walk from Ethiopia, he sought to find stories that would only come from "slow journalism." In the Fertile Crescent near the border of Turkey and Georgia, he found one, told by a shepherd whose home was about to disappear.
EU countries have agreed in principle to send peacekeepers to the Georgian breakaway province of South Ossetia, but former Soviet bloc countries in the EU want to see a stronger condemnation of Russia, as The World's Gerry Hadden has more.
Eurovision, Europe's premier pop-music song contest, bans songs that have political lyrics. Yet the 54-year-old competition has played a role in more than one country's political drama. Anchor Marco Werman explains.