The top US diplomat for Africa today called the violence in Kenya's Rift Valley "clear ethnic cleansing" against the country's Kikuyu ethnic group
The violence in Kenya is drawn along ethnic lines and that's got Kenyans from all backgrounds re-examining their own ethnic identity, as Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from Kenyan journalist and author Binyavanga Wainaina.
London's Evening Standard newspaper is hoping to boost sales by making it easier to buy its newspaper, as The BBC's Chris Vallance has the story.
Scientists from NASA say the earth's arctic ice is thinning at a rate must faster then previously thought, and while earlier predictions suggested the ice would disappear by the year 2040
Julia Kumari Drapkin profiles Kate Moran, a scientist who studies the history of climate change in the Arctic and whose team has also found potential sources of oil and coal, which if exploited
Reporter Derek Stoffel has the story of American war deserters in Canada, where some 150 US soldiers have moved north of the border to avoid serving in Iraq
East Germany's Secret Service, or Stasi, kept extensive records on its citizens during the Cold War but tried to destroy them when its government toppled in 1989, but now German computer scientists are trying to repair those documents
The Lebanese film "Caramel," is a story about five women who meet regularly at a local beauty salon; it's been a number one hit in Lebanon and now it's coming to the United States, as Beth Accomando reports.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the Scottish Highlands, where "phone boxes" -- what we call public phone booths -- are in danger of becoming a thing of the past - but not without a fight.
Today's Global Hit features throat singer Tanya Tagaq. She's from a remote Inuit community way up in Canada's High Arctic.