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.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, rape is a weapon of war. In the midst of this overwhelming crisis, aid groups and grassroots organizations are trying to help women there recover and rebuild their lives, as The World's Jeb Sharp reports.