Author Simon Winchester sent us this audio postcard from the Purple Islands of Essaouira, Morroco and Morocco is the answer to our Geo Quiz.
Buddy Holly's death in a plane crash 50 years ago was a shock to music fans. And not just in the US. The World's Gerry Hadden gets European fans to share their memories of Buddy Holly.
North Korea is said to be preparing another long-range missile test. The last one failed. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
Iran announced today it put its first domestically built satellite into orbit. Officials there say the satellite is designed for research and telecommunications. Anchor March Werman speaks with the BBC's Jon Leyne in Tehran.
Israel has launched a major campaign to lure European tourists. But as The World's Gerry Hadden reports, the recent violence in Gaza is not exactly a selling point.
The Israeli film "Waltz with Bashir" has been banned in Lebanon. But that's not stopping people there from watching it.
NATO computers are coming under increasing attack from hackers and criminals - so the military alliance is adding to its defense forces - in cyberspace. The BBC's Frank Gardner reports.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Carl Safina of the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at Stonybrook University about the launch of "Google Ocean."
The Chinese art market bubble has burst. Artists who previously commanded big sums for their work are now hurting. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports from Beijing.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with New York Times correspondent Solomon Moore about drug smugglers' brazen new tactics for crossing the U.S.-Mexico border; and with Brandi Grissom of the El Paso Times about an effort to monitor the border with web cameras.