Full story - November 19, 2007
For today's Geo Quiz we were looking for the home town of Iran's soccer team, Persepolis. The answer is the Iranian capital, Tehran. Anchor Marco Werman finds out how the team is faring on the field from the BBC's John Leyne.
Full story - November 19, 2007
The Bush Administration is proposing a $500,000,000 dollar aid package to help Mexico tackle its violent drug cartels. It's a lot of money and Mexico needs the help. But Mexicans are divided on the plan. The World's Lorne Matalon reports from Mexico City.
Full story - November 19, 2007
The World's Marco Werman profiles jazz trombonist Nils Landgren. The 51-year-old Swede began with classical music in college. But after a shift to jazz...he found his way to funk.
Full story - November 16, 2007
Senior US Envoy John Negroponte arrived in Pakistan as the country's leader, General Pervez Musharraf, continued to push ahead with his controversial plans to hold elections under a state of emergency. Host Marco Werman gets the latest on the political crisis engulfing Pakistan from the BBC's Barbara Plett in Islamabad.
Full story - November 16, 2007
In Russia, parliamentary elections are due to take place in December. But today the main European election watchdog abandoned its plans to monitor those elections. The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe says Russia has imposed too many restrictions and delays on its work. Russian officials reject the accusations. The World's Jeb Sharp reports.
Full story - November 16, 2007
For the first time, foreign banana workers have had their day in US court. And they've won. A group of Nicaraguan workers sued Dole Food and Dow Chemical. They claimed they became sterile after exposure to a pesticide used in the 1970s on banana plantations around the world. The World's Julia Kumari Drapkin has the details.
Full story - November 16, 2007
The World's Gerry Hadden reports from Spain on tensions between the government there and extreme right-wing groups. Spanish authorities are bracing for a spate of demonstrations by the extreme right on November 20th. The events are timed to coincide with the anniversary of of the death of long-time fascist dictator Francisco Franco.
Full story - November 16, 2007
Denmark's center-right government is looking for new coalition partners. The existing government needs more support in parliament. And it could come from Naser Khader, a Syrian-born politician who wants Denmark to treat immigrants better. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Naser Khader, the leader of Denamrk's New Alliance party.
Full story - November 16, 2007
Anchor Marco Werman tells us that a French judge fined a woman $2,200 for kissing a painting.
Full story - November 16, 2007
The World's Patrick Cox concludes our series on global obesity with a report focusing on how the pharmaceutical industry is tackling the problem. New anti-obesity drugs are on the way. But they won't solve everyone's weight problem. And they may be out of reach for the world's poor.

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