The World's Matt Bell reports on the Chinese government's rescue efforts following yesterday's massive earthquake: the government has quickly mobilized troops and assistance - and these efforts have received huge coverage by Chinese news media.
Burma's ruling military government was ill-prepared to handle the aftermath of this weekend's cyclone and some critics of the government now wonder whether the disaster has shaken the generals' grip on power
The World's Matthew Bell reports that Zimbabwe's embattled president Robert Mugabe is showing no signs of compromise, and today, during his first major public speech since the disputed March 29th elections
Anchor Lisa Mullins gets an update from reporter Laura Lynch on Zimbabwe's drawn-out election process, as three days after voters went to the polls, only partial results are available and an air of tense uncertainty pervades the country.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with correspondent Kate Seelye about the strict rules that govern daily life in Saudi Arabia, and how some of those rules are being relaxed by the country's conservative rulers.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with author Brook Larmer about the upcoming democratic election in Bhutan - the country's first-ever; Larmer's article, "Bhutan's Enlightened Experiment," appears in this month's National Geographic.
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