Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Julie Foudy about the new Women's Professional Soccer League or WPS. One of the leagues top players is Brazilian soccer star, Marta. She hails from a small state in northeastern Brazil. It called Alagoas, and it's the answer to today's Geo Quiz.
A Canadian company has a plan to dig for gold in Romania. It wants to re-open a giant mine there. But as the World's Aaron Schachter reports, the company's plan to use cyanide in the mining process has upset some of the mine's neighbors.
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.
Mexican lawmakers recently passed a bill that says it's a federal offense to threaten or murder a journalist. That says a lot about how dangerous it is for journalists to cover issues like corruption and drug-trafficking in Mexico. The World's Lorne Matalon reports.
Recent labor unrest in France has seen the rise of a new trend in labor-management relations. Some French workers are holding company executive's hostage. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from journalist Ann-Elisabeth Moutet.
Piracy is only one hazard for shipping companies. A much bigger threat right now is the collapse of the market. The BBC's Adam Mynott has been trawling the waters of Europe to figure out how the shipping industry is doing.