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.'
New York-based designers Adam Harvey and Johanna Bloomfield have created a range of clothing to counter surveillance by thermal imaging. They hope that their outerwear will draw attention to a growing culture of surveillance.
The all-girl rock band Praagaash caused quite a buzz in late 2012 when they competed in Kashmir's Battle of the Bands. Now after a slew of threatening messages on Facebook and a fatwa issued by a top Kashmir cleric, the girls have called it quits.
Correspondent Laura Lynch in Mali describes the time she's just spent with a French army convoy on the road to Gao, Mali. Islamists extremists have been pushed out of Gao, but there are still dangers on the road.
A 200-year old law prohibiting Parisian women from wearing trousers has been revoked. The law was started in November 1800 to prevent women from dressing like a man unless they receive permission from the local police.