Laura Lynch


Chessboxing in the UK

The World's Laura Lynch tells us about chessboxing. It's just what it sounds like, a combination of flying fists and mental strategy.

Global Politics

The royal vows have been taken

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have taken their vows. The World's Laura Lynch mingled with the crowd outside Buckingham Palace and tells anchor Marco Werman how people celebrated the royal wedding.

Global Politics

A look back at the "dollar princesses"

As The World's Laura Lynch reports, the upcoming royal wedding has an American connection. Prince William's great great grandmother was one of many "dollar princesses," women who moved to Britain to swap their inherited cash for royal status.


Global Politics

Iran marks 1979 revolution

Pro-government Iranians have been rallying to mark the 31st anniversary of the revolution. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad used the rally to attack the West. The opposition is trying to stage counter-demonstrations. The World's Laura Lynch has the story.

Conflict & Justice

Plant food or dangerous drug

The World's Laura Lynch reports on the growing popularity of a 'legal drug' know as Mephadrone in Britain. It's legally sold a plant food, but it's been blamed as the cause of death for two British teens, and lawmakers are talking about a ban.

Conflict & Justice

British Israeli relations

Britain has expelled the diplomat of one of its allies � Israeli � after evidence suggests Israeli assassins used forged British passports in the killing of a Palestinian Hamas official in Dubai in January. The World's Laura Lynch reports.

Global Politics

Euro inches up on word of deal

European leaders spent weeks hammering out an agreement aimed at shoring up confidence in the Euro and in the countries who use it. They finally agreed on a plan to bail out debt-ridden Greece. The World's Laura Lynch reports.

Global Politics

India's Commonwealth Games

Teams arriving for the games in Delhi say the athletes village is filthy and unfit for human habitation. But Delhi officials insist everything will be ready to go once the games begin. The World's Laura Lynch reports.

Arts, Culture & Media

London subway station reopens as museum

Aldwych underground station, near London's Covent Garden, provided refuge to thousands of Britons during the constant German air raids between September 1940 and May 1941. Sold-out tours are this weekend only. Laura Lynch managed to get on one of them.