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Egypt's 'most reliable news source'

When you take rice, macaroni, lentils, and chickpeas, and mix it together with fried onions and tomato sauce, you get koshary. Koshary is also the name of Egypt's newest satirical newspaper, El Koshary Today. Reporter Julia Simon sent this report.

Politics

Is it time to ease up on BP?

The World's Laura Lynch reports on the growing resentment in Britain against the continuing punishment of BP. Some complain that as BP's share prices fall, American investors will also be the ones to lose.

Politics

Cuba fears gulf spill contamination

U.S. and Cuban officials have put aside nearly 50 years of frigid relations to hold talks on how to prepare for possible oil contamination from the BP oil spill. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from the BBCs Michael Voss, who's in Havana.

Politics

Colombian front-runner

In Colombia, the man who led the successful military campaign against the Marxist FARC rebels is now leading in the polls ahead of Sunday's presidential election. Correspondent John Otis has the story.

Conflict & Justice

Slovenia or Slovakia?

The United States plays its second game of the World Cup tomorrow and the Geo Quiz asks: who is the US playing? Slovenia? Or is it Slovakia? Some people are having trouble telling the difference. The World's Alex Gallafent tries to sort it out for us.

Arts, Culture & Media

World Sacred Music Festival

The appeal of American gospel in Fes, Morocco is the subject of our Global Hit today. Reporter Betto Arcos recently attended the World Sacred Music Festival in Fes. Attendees were there to hear gospel songs from The Blind Boys of Alabama.