Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Eliot Pattison, author of the "Inspector Shan" novels, a series of mysteries set in Tibet.
Kate Seelye reports on the Saudi government's efforts to rehabilitate Saudi Arabia's radical militants, or Muslim radicals who have embraced al-Qaeda's ideology
Yesterday, Serbs in an enclave in Kosovo erupted in violent protest against Kosovo independence, and a UN peacekeeper was killed in the clashes, as Correspondent David Chanatry has more.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Peter Galbraith, former US ambassador to Croatia, about the current outburst of violence in Kosovo.
The World's Jeb Sharp profiles Daoud Hari, a Sudanese refugee from Darfur who worked as translator and guide for aid workers, journalists and genocide investigators along the Chad-Sudan border; Hari has written a memoir called "The Translator."
French writer Antoine de Saint Exupery disappeared while flying a reconnaissance mission during World War II. Now a new book claims to have the answer to what happened to him.
Reporter Rene Gutel profiles French jazz guitarist Thomas Dutronc. Dutronc is the son of the French pop star Jacques Dutronc.
The World's Matthew Bell reports on global reaction to the latest indications that the US economy is in a recession, as stock markets around the world stumbled today following news of a buyout of the Wall Street firm Bear Stearns.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with John Authers, Global Investment Editor for the Financial Times, on the Federal Reserve's role in weathering the current financial storm.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on how the protests in Tibet, and the Chinese government's crackdown on protesters