Europe's dairy farmers are suffering. They've produced too much milk and their prices are plummeting. Now some are trying to cut out the middle man and sell directly to consumers. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
The World's Gerry Hadden reports on the rebirth of beekeeping in Germany. Honey bee colonies...and their keepers...have been dying out in rural Germany. But now younger Germans are tending bees, in the city.
The US helping Yemen fight al-Qaeda should not pressure to carry out reforms, Yemen's foreign minister Abu Bakr al-Qirbi said this week. Jeb Sharp speaks with Ali Muthana, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs for Yemen about Yemen's relationship with the US.
An al Qaeda-inspired plot is making headlines in Canada. It involves a home-grown plot that allegedly targeted major landmarks in Toronto. This week, one of the alleged ringleaders went on trial. Anita Elash has more from Toronto.
Egypt is building an underground barrier along its border with Gaza to prevent smuggling. And Israel says it will put up its own wall along its border with Egypt. Ursula Lindsey has the story from Cairo.
The man who served as press secretary, confidant and attack dog for former Prime Minister Tony Blair doggedly defended the decision to join Washington in invading Iraq. The World's Laura Lynch reports on Alastair Campbell's testimony to the Iraq panel.
Nabeel Yasin is a highly-acclaimed Iraqi poet who was blacklisted in his country for refusing to write poems glorifying Saddam Hussein's regime. Now he's back in his homeland where he's running for prime minister. Jeb Sharp talks with Yasin.
The World's William Troop reports that South African officials are fending off questions about security at next summer's soccer World Cup. Concerns have been raised following a machine gun attack on Togo's national soccer team at a tournament in Angola.