Most of Zimbabwe's neighbors have been slow to criticize President Robert Mugabe or even publicly address reports of violence toward his opponents, but there have been more voices of dissent in the past week, as The World's Jason Margolis has more.
A story in the online edition of today's Financial Times says the US military has lost track of hundreds of nuclear weapon components, and Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the FT's Pentagon and Intelligence correspondent, Demetri Sevastopulo.
Rape has long been seen as a by-product of war, rather than a tactic used to terrorize populations and control territory. Now the UN Security Council is set to change that. Tomorrow the Council is expected to label rape a weapon of war and a threat to peace and stability. Advocates say the move is long overdue.
Israel has been engaging in an unusual number of talks with some of its sworn enemies, and Reporter Matt Guttman takes a look at the flurry of diplomatic initiatives, including a ceasefire with Hamas set to take effect tomorrow.
A probe by the Senate Armed Services Committee has found that senior Pentagon lawyers were active in developing harsh interrogation techniques used in the systematic torture of detainees in American prisons at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and Abu Ghraib, Iraq. The Takeaway talks with Mark Mazzetti, the New York Times reporter who covered Tuesday's senate hearing.