Ethnic Indians in Malaysia have long supported that country's ruling party but not this time around; on the eve of Malaysian elections, ethnic Indians are taking to the streets to protest discrimination
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on Chinese lawyers who dare to take on the government in human rights cases; one of them was recently detained for questioning by Chinese authorities, and then let go.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Latin America expert Michael Shifter about the now-resolved crisis between Colombia and its neighbors Venezuela and Ecuador; Shifter says the crisis ended when Colombia and Venezuela essentially check-mated each other.
Correspondent Ben Gilbert reports on a controversy over migrant workers' rights in the Arab Gulf states, as migrant laborers in Dubai recently took to the streets to demand better pay and working conditions.
Lorne Matalon reports on how Mexico's push to fight drug-trafficking is affecting the country's human rights record; Mexico's Army is taking the lead in this war on drugs, but critics say that's leading to human rights violations.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on China's response to the turmoil in Tibet; Chinese Premier Wen Jaibao set aside a planned speech aimed at promoting China's accomplishments to field questions about the Tibetan government's crackdown on protesters.
US officials are calling on China to ease up on the protesters in Tibet, and to open a dialogue with the Dalai Lama, but as The World's Matthew Bell reports, there are no signs of dialogue breaking out any time soon.