The World's Clark Boyd reports on governments that have found various ways to block citizens' access to internet sites; this web filtering is described in a new book, "Access Denied: The Practice and Policy of Global Internet Filtering".
The World's Marco Werman reports on Iran's Ensemble Shanbehzadeh. The group's founder, Saied Shanbehzadeh performed abroad. The government of Iran didn't like that, and now Shanbehzadeh is in exile with his group in Paris.
Most of Saudi Arabia's population is under the age of 30, and a growing number of them is frustrated with the Kingdom's tight restrictions on social freedoms, and that could pose problems for the Saudi state
We hear from three foreign journalists based in Washington about what their audience makes of Barack Obama's speech this week on race in America: joining us are Ewen MacAskill with Britain's Guardian newspaper
The World's Matthew Bell reports that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi met with the Dalai Lama in India today, and she called for an international investigation; it was the latest attempt to increase the pressure on China over Tibet.