Today's answer is Kazakhstan. Lance Armstrong announced today he'll be returning to the cycling world as part of Kazakhstan's Team Astana. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Daniel Benson, managing editor at cyclingnews.com
Pakistani forces fired on U.S. helicopters on the border with Afghanistan yesterday. It's the latest incident in a volatile relationship. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Pakistan's ambassador Wajid Shamsul Hassan in London.
The BBC's Zubair Ahmed speaks with Indian businessmen about how the US financial crisis is likely to affect India's 11 billion dollar call center industry. Seventy percent of its business comes from the US.
Ancient artifacts looted from Afghanistan are turning up in London. Anchor Lisa Mullins explains that a group of museum officials has published a "red list" of objects that rightly belong back in Afghanistan.
American casualties are on the rise in Afghanistan. That's putting U.S. military doctors and nurses to the test. We hear from chief nurse Major Keni Harriman, who works at a front line surgical hospital in Afghanistan.