She's seen warfare. Been kidnapped. Interviewed victims of rape and helped an Afghan woman in labor get to a hospital. Photographed a dying boy with her own son growing inside her womb. She tells the stories behind these photographs.
Zimbabwe's residents overwhelming endorsed a new constitution this weekend, agreeing to limit the powers of the presidency. But after the vote, authorities arrested three senior opposition members, as well as renowned human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa.
South Africans are calling for radical changes in their police force in the aftermath of a grim video showing local police dragging a man behind a police van. Anchor Marco Werman talks with New York Times correspondent Lydia Polgreen in Johannesburg.
Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius, a double amputee, gained international attention when he competed against able-bodied athletes at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. But now the athlete is gaining attention of a different kind, after beginning charged with the murder of his girlfriend.
Turmoil continues to grip Mali, weeks after French forces liberated the north of the country from Islamist rebels. Friday, the first suicide bombing took place in Gao. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Lydia Polgreen of The New York Times in Bamako.
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