Anchor David Baron speaks with the Israeli ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren about Tuesday's clash on Lebanon's southern border. Amb. Oren tells host David Baren why Israel believes suggests the skirmish was premeditated.
Host David Baron reports on the signing Wednesday of a deal to protect a rich swath of Ecuadoran rainforest by locking up oil reserves beneath it. The deal will also fight global warming by preventing the release of 400 million tons of CO2.
The civil war in Sierra Leone lasted a decade. The former president of Liberia, Charles Taylor, is on trial for war crimes committed during the conflict. The Hague is hearing the case and Thursday British supermodel, Naomi Campbell testified.
Russia is enduring its most severe heat wave on record. The scorching temperatures have set off hundreds of ravaging wild fires. In the last 24 hours firefighters have put out nearly 300. More are flaring up. Reporter Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow.
Anchor David Baron speaks with The World's science reporter, Rhitu Chatterjee, about the revelation that milk and meat from the offspring of cloned cattle may have made their way into the British food chain.