There is anger in Afghanistan over the killing of 16 villagers by a US soldier. Anchor Marco Werman gets reaction to the incident from Najeeb Azizi, a professor of Public Policy and Economics at Kabul University.
Violence has fallen in Syria as a fragile ceasefire takes hold, although both sides are reporting violations. Special envoy Kofi Annan, who brokered the ceasefire, said he was "encouraged" but Syria had not fully complied.
Troops loyal to Bosco Ntaganda, wanted by the International Criminal Court, have taken two towns in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. A BBC reporter in the area says thousands of people are fleeing the fierce fighting toward nearby Goma.
Soviet leader Joseph Stalin was one of the most murderous dictators of the 20th century. And yet, 60 years after his death, he remains popular in some former Soviet republics - especially in his own nation of Georgia.
As the debate over a possible US military strike in Syria continues, the fighting continues in Syria, and the anxiety rises there too. Anchor Marco Werman speaks to two residents of the coastal city of Latakia.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the Rev. Franklin Graham, son of the evangelical Christian leader Billy Graham. Franklin Graham says Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir shouldn't be removed from power. Graham spoke with Bashir earlier today.