Host Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Katya Adler about Israel's announcement today that it's expanding its ground offensive in southern Lebanon.
Lebanese army report (4:20) August 9, 2006permalink
Lebanon has proposed deploying its army in southern Lebanon as a step towards a cease fire, but as Kate Seelye reports, there are questions about the capabilities and the loyalties of the Lebanese forces.
Iraqi kidnapping report (3:15) August 9, 2006permalink
Host Lisa Mullins speaks with Los Angeles Times reporter Louise Roug about today's arrest of four Iraqis suspected in the kidnapping of American journalist, Jill Carroll.
Vietnam internet report (3:40) August 9, 2006permalink
A new report says Vietnam rivals China when it comes to restricting access to the internet. Host Lisa Mullins speaks with the co-author of that report, John Palfrey. He's executive director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School.
"Dare to Be Digital" (4:45) August 9, 2006permalink
The World's Technology Correspondent Clark Boyd visits a university in Scotland that's the home of a competition to design the latest video games.
Diplomatic efforts in Lebanon and Israel report (3:55) August 9, 2006permalink
Diplomatic efforts to end the crisis in Lebanon and Israel appear to have stalled. France and the United States are at odds over how to revise their draft resolution to end the crisis. The World's Gerry Hadden has the latest.
North Korean interview (6:20) August 9, 2006permalink
Host Lisa Mullins speaks with The World's Mary Kay Magistad about the whereabouts of North Korea's president Kim Jong Il and the latest in the North Korean nuclear standoff.