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Soldiering On, Part I

In the first of this two part series, Soldiering On, The World's Katy Clark visits a pilot program in Jacksonville, Florida that helps disabled Veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan re-enter society with the help of education and work-training.

Lifestyle & Belief

Blasts hit US base in Afghanistan

One US soldier was killed and nine others injured when insurgents attacked Afghanistan's Bagram airbase near the capital, Kabul. Anchor Marco Werman gets details from correspondent Ben Gilbert, who's on the airbase and was near one of the blasts.

Conflict & Justice

One year later in Sri Lanka

Since the Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka were defeated, the Sri Lankan government's priority has been reconstruction, rehabilitation and reconciliation. The government claims it's progressing. Some Tamils aren't impressed. The BBC's Tinku Ray reports.


South Korean blames North Korea

A South Korean official said his government has evidence that North Korea attacked a South Korean warship in March. Forty-six sailors died in the sinking. Anchor Marco Werman gets the latest from Don Kirk, a reporter for the Christian Science Monitor.


Mexico's drug war

Mexico's President Felipe Calderon has declared war on the drug cartels, and has deployed army troops in the fight. But critics say the military effort has only made things worse. Steven Dudley reports from Juarez.

Conflict & Justice

Arizona's immigration law

This week, a group of immigrant students staged a protest in the Arizona offices of Senator John McCain. They were holding a sit-in to protest Arizona's new immegration law. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with one of the students, Yahaira Carrillo.