Geologists were not surprised by yesterday's earthquake in Haiti. The quake occurred on a well-known fault, and some seismologists had predicted that a large temblor was likely. The World's Science Correspondent Rhitu Chatterjee reports.
In the Blue Nile Canyon of Ethiopia, a single footbridge is the only connection for people who live on opposite sides of the river. A team of American volunteers has built a new, sturdier suspension bridge across the chasm. From PRI's The World.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, the world's oldest and largest Islamist group, counts 150,000 members But it's becoming increasingly divided over its role in Egyptian politics. Reporter Ursula Lindsey has the story from Cairo.
Jeb Sharp speaks with the BBC's Jennifer Pak about a spate of attacks on Christian churches in Malaysia. They follow a controversy over the use of the word ?Allah? by some Malaysians when referring to the God of Christianity.
Wine-makers in northern Italy's Valpolicella region are worried about a local cement factory's plans for expansion. Among the wine-makers is a direct descendant of Italy's greatest poet, Dante. The BBC's Mark Duff reports.
Israel has taken the upper hand in a different Mideast conflict: cooks in a town near Jerusalem have made more than four metric tons of hummus. Doubling the previous record for hummus, set by cooks in Lebanon. Aaron Schachter reports.
For today's Geo Quiz we're looking for a city on the western coast of Sweden that's home to the Swedish carmaker Saab. Trollhattan is the answer?and also the location of The Saab Automobile Museum. Marco Werman speaks with museum director Peter Beckstrom.