The World's Laura Lynch reports on the fallout from the killing of two British soldiers by gunmen opposed to Northern Ireland's peace process.
Europe is poised to adopt some of the world's toughest controls on pesticides. But the makers and users of many pesticides warn the move could put the squeeze on Europe's food supply. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
Stocks fell in many international markets today -- with Asian markets particularly hard-hit. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out what's fueling the crisis in Asia from Robert Flint, news editor with Dow-Jones Newswires in New York.
No surprise here: China is not a western-style democracy. So, why did the head of the Chinese Parliament feel compelled to announce this? The World's Matthew Bell reports.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Toronto. It's where a Canadian filmmaker will be launching a new film venture. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Rob Spence, who plans to have a mini-camera installed in his prosthetic eye to make film documentaries and raise awareness about public surveillance.
The Sway Machinery is the latest "supergroup" to emerge on the indie music scene. Anchor Lisa Mullins tells us about the group, which recorded its debut album in Montreal.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Mike Sergeant about today's suicide bombing in Baghdad. It's the second attack in three days, sparking fears that a resurgence of violence will disrupt US plans to draw down its forces.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Charles Duelfer, former top UN weapons inspector in Iraq. He explains how Washington miscalculated Saddam's threat. And it could be making the same mistake in Iran and North Korea.