As the US Supreme Court hears arguments on the massive health care overhaul, across the Atlantic Europeans are puzzled. Germans, for one, seem to agree that government-mandated health care is the way to go.
Marco Werman talks with The World's Mary Kay Magistad in Beijing about the Chinese practice of harvesting human organs from executed prisoners. About two thirds of organs transplanted in China come from executed prisoners.
Some gay and lesbian Spaniards are trying to open Spain's first gay-friendly retirement home. They're doing it at a time when the new conservative government is trying to roll back gay rights legislation.
Jordan is playing a role in Libya's effort to recover from the violent overthrow of Libyan dictator, Muammar Gaddafi. Tens of thousands of Libyans have traveled to Jordan in the past year for medical treatment.
London-based plastic surgeon Mohammad Jawad uses a pioneering technique to rebuild the skin on the faces of victims of acid attacks in Pakistan. His work is subject of an Oscar-nominated short documentary, Saving Face. He speaks with anchor Marco Werman.
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