Two years ago, Colombia's government pledged to help peasant farmers reclaim the millions of acres of land they lost during the guerrilla war. But a new round of violence is keeping peasants from getting back their land.
There's another government besides the US in danger of shutting down: the one in Italy, where the government is on the verge of collapsing because of the failure of politicians on the left and the right to find a compromise.
Egyptians marked Friday's second anniversary of their revolution with new anti-government protests. Anchor Marco Werman speaks to one of the protesters who were out in Cairo's Tahrir Square, activist Nahla Samaha.
A leading Palestinian leader who is currently in an Israeli jail could be released as part of a prisoner exchanged being negotiated. The World's Aaron Schachter reports on the role Marwan Barghouti could play in Palestinian politics.
Amos Guiora gave legal advice on targeted killings to the IDF. He's troubled by the vague language in the Justice Department memo, and tells anchor Marco Werman why the lack of judicial oversight in targeted killings is a 'recipe for disaster.'