President Bush is in Ghana today, and the African nation is one of the recipients of the president's emergency aid for HIV/AIDS, including funding for HIV prevention messages that stress abstinence over safer sex
Russia' Communist party has produced a video that has gone viral. It is a spoof of a disaster film, describing the possible election of either of Russia's two leading candidates for president in 2012. Jessica Golloher reports.
Both the United States and Russia are in the midst of presidential election campaigns, and The World's Jason Margolis looks at what a change of leadership in both countries could mean for US-Russian relations.
British military officers will be sent to Libya to advise rebels fighting Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's forces, the UK government has said. Foreign Secretary William Hague said the group would be deployed to Benghazi. Laura Lynch reports.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Egyptian protester Hayat Guergues in Cairo. She is a leader of one of the groups that are demanding the end of the military-run government and that former president Hosni Mubarak face trial.
Former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo has been detained in Abidjan and delivered to the headquarters of his elected successor Alassane Ouattara. Anchor Marco Werman talks with the BBC's Mark Doyle in Abidjan.
The United States is now entering its sixth year in Iraq, and the war is a major issue for the presidential candidates, but what are they saying about an exit strategy? The World's Matthew Bell reports.
The Chinese government is allowing folk legend Bob Dylan to perform for the first time ever this week, but with some strict guidelines. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Paul Stokes, the associate editor of NME magazine in London.