A different kind of war is being waged in Pakistan. And it has nothing to do with the military or US special forces. It's a battle of radio airwaves. The World's Laura Lynch reports from Islamabad.
In Saudi Arabia, men and women can't mix in public. But women have to buy their lingerie from shops staffed by men. Now one Saudi woman has launched a campaign to change that. And she's calling for a boycott. The World's Jennifer Goren reports.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Belfast, Northern Ireland, the home of the Belfast Zoo. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with zoo manager Mark Challis, who's been trying to identify a woman who sheltered one of the zoo's baby elephants during the German bombing in World War Two.
The group Afterhours is one of Italy's top alternative rock bands. Anchor Marco Werman spoke to the band's leader at the South by Southwest music festival last week. They discuss the underground music scene in Italy and how Afterhours has earned praise from music critics.
Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Anders Borg, Sweden's Finance Minister, about his government's decision to limit pay for managers working at state-owned companies. No more big bonuses for executives -- now they'll get a fixed wage.
One impact of the global economic crisis in Ethiopia is a shortage of Coca Cola. Though it may not seem like a serious concern, the BBC's Elizabeth Blunt tells anchor Katy Clark why the Ethiopian government is treating it as a national emergency.