The World's Jori Lewis reports on the growing U-S market for the meat of wild animals from Africa. Antelope and monkey meat are commonly eaten in parts of Africa. But "bushmeat" is ending up for sale in the United States and that has conservationists worried.
Negev desert report (7:20) January 26, 2007permalink
The World's Matthew Bell reports on the land issues involved in developing Israel's Negev desert. Israel has long wanted to make the Negev bloom. But land disputes with local Bedouin Arabs could hold up development plans.
UN Africa interview (3:15) January 26, 2007permalink
The new UN secretary-general, Ban Ki Moon, has demanded that Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir live up to his promise to allow UN peacekeepers into Darfur. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Michele Montas, spokeswoman for the UN Secretary General.
Chile retirement report (4:45) January 26, 2007permalink
Two years ago in his State of the Union address, President Bush floated the idea of privatizing parts of the US Social Security program; he used Chile's private retirement accounts as an example. Now Chile is having second thoughts about its privatized system. Correspondent Jen Ross has the story.
Afghanistan interview (4:20) January 26, 2007permalink
Talk of more US money and military personnel going to Afghanistan is getting mixed reviews from politicians and the media. Anchor Lisa Mullins talks with reporter Charlie Sennott who has covered Afghanistan for the Boston Globe.
Afghanistan report (4:00) January 26, 2007permalink
The World's Katy Clark reports on US efforts to get European allies to increase their military and financial commitments in Afghanistan. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told NATO allies today that there is a need for more troops on the ground in Afghanistan -- and a need for more money to support the country's reconstruction.