Full story - March 25, 2008
The World's Aaron Schachter reports from Beirut on the spectacle of Lebanese weddings, as many Lebanese couples are willing to spend big, making a point of enjoying the big day despite the country's unstable politics and poverty.
Full story - March 25, 2008
Marco Werman profiles the Russian rock group, Auktyon. The band has just released it's first CD in 12 years called, "Girls Sing".
Full story - March 25, 2008
The answer to today's Geo Quiz - name the country that designed Dextre, the new robot at the International Space Station - is Canada.
Full story - March 24, 2008
U.S. deaths in Iraq reached 4,000 today; the White House called it a "somber moment,� as Anchor Marco Werman speaks to the BBC's Adam Brooks in Baghdad.
Full story - March 24, 2008
The World's Katy Clark reports on the difficulty in collecting accurate information about the number of Iraqi civilians killed during the course of the war.
Full story - March 24, 2008
Vice President Dick Cheney is the latest in a wave of senior U.S. officials who've traveled to the Middle East, and topping their agenda has been the Bush Administration's support for the Israeli-Palestinian peace process
Full story - March 24, 2008
Zimbabwe's longtime president Robert Mugabe is up for re-election on Saturday and he's expected to win again, even though the country is in freefall, as Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Harare-based journalist Peta Thorneycraft.
Full story - March 24, 2008
Darrell Harvey reports from Ghana on efforts to take baseball to Africa, where Major League Baseball hopes to find new fans on the continent -- and perhaps a new source of talent.
Full story - March 24, 2008
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports that the Chinese crackdown on Tibet -- and calls for an Olympic boycott over China's human rights record -- pose a dilemma for Taiwan's president-elect: that is, get closer to China
Full story - March 24, 2008
Anchor Marco Werman speaks to James Miles, China correspondent for The Economist, who also happened to be on a government-approved visit to Lhasa when anti-China protests broke out in the Tibetan capital.

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