Manuel Rueda reports from southwestern Colombia on the effects the country's civil war is having on one indigenous community.
In the last week, Cuba's government has overturned sweeping bans on goods and services in the county, and so Cuban citizens can now buy computers, microwaves even cell phones
President Bush promised today to help Ukraine in its efforts to join NAT) even though membership for the country is opposed by both France and Russia; Host Lisa Mullins speaks with Mychailo Wynnyckyj
The World's Jason Margolis reports that some insurance companies are starting to make global warming a factor in their policies, in some cases encouraging positive action to deal with climate change.
The World's Quil Lawrence reports on Islamic scholars in the Iranian city of Qom who are taking full advantage of the latest technology to pursue their studies.
Today's Geo Quiz asked you to name a spot in Wales where the massive "bluestones" that were used to build Stonehenge are believed to have originated. The answer is Carn Menyn, a grouping of craggy rocks in the Preseli Hills of Wales. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Timothy Darvill, an archaeologist who began a new excavation at the Stonehenge site.
Anchor Lisa Mullins introduces us to the music of the Badila Ensemble. Members of the group have been recruited from France, India and Iran. The ensemble's latest CD is called "Qalandar Express: Love Songs of the Mystic Riders."
Anchor Lisa Mullins reviews some of today's "April Fool's" stories circulated by various news organizations.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with reporter Laura Lynch who is in Zimbabwe to cover the country's presidential election and its aftermath.
Anchor Lisa Mullins gets an expert analysis on the situation in Zimbabwe from Andrew Meldrum, a journalist who covered Zimbabwe for 20 years, until he was expelled by President Mugabe's government.