Full story - February 28, 2008
The World's Quil Lawrence reports that some public buses in Israel are segregated by gender -- men in front, women in the back, and some Israelis like the practice because it discourages unwanted contact between men and women
Full story - February 28, 2008
Reporter Nguyen Qui Duc speaks with people in Vietnam about Senator John McCain's quest for the US presidency
Full story - February 28, 2008
An Italian court ruled today that it's illegal for men to touch their genitals or grab their crotch in public, as Anchor Lisa Mullins explains.
Full story - February 28, 2008
Today's Geo Quiz focuses on four cities -- La Paz, Bolivia -- Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania -- New Delhi, India -- and Sydney, Australia. The question is which one has the highest gasoline prices. We had reporters check them out. The answer is Dar es Salaam. A gallon of gasoline in the capital of Tanzania costs 5 dollars and 6 cents.
Full story - February 28, 2008
For today's Global Hit, drummer Steve Reid explains how his legendary career has taken him from Motown to Africa. Steve Reid's latest album is called Daxaar ... after the city in Senegal where he recorded the CD.
Full story - February 27, 2008
Both the United States and Russia are in the midst of presidential election campaigns, and The World's Jason Margolis looks at what a change of leadership in both countries could mean for US-Russian relations.
Full story - February 27, 2008
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Mark Katz, an expert in Russian foreign policy and formerly an expert on Soviet affairs;
Full story - February 27, 2008
The European Union today leveled a record 1.5-billion dollar fine against software giant, Microsoft, for failing to comply with a 2004 ruling on anti-trust activity, as The World's Clark Boyd has details.
Full story - February 27, 2008
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with The World's Mary-Kay Magistad in Beijing about China's water problems: officials have redirected water from several Chinese provinces to the capital, Beijing, to prepare for this summer's Olympics
Full story - February 27, 2008
The World's Gerry Hadden reports that Spain is struggling to cope with a severe drought, and the problem has led to water shortages, and in the Mediterranean port city of Barcelona, to a plan to bring in drinking water via tanker ships.

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