Reporter Daniel Estrin tells us that sexual harassment is fairly common in Egypt. A study by the Egyptian Center for Women's Rights have found that 60 percent of Egyptian women and 98 percent of foreign women are harassed on a daily basis.
An Iranian film director who's imprisoned in Iran made a symbolic appearance at the Berlin Film Festival. Other Iranian film makers showcased his work and spoke about the struggles to make films in Iran in these. Susan Stone reports from Berlin.
The World's Matthew Bell reports on today's cancelled "Day of Rage" in the West Bank. The protests were called off over concern that popular anger could instead turn against Palestinian officials themselves.
Political instability in Pakistan poses a foreign policy challenge for the United States. On the one hand, Washington wants Pakistan to move toward democracy. But the Bush Adminstration also relies heavily on cooperation from Pakistani President Musharraf in the fight against extremism in the region. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with James Traub, a contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine.
US presidential candidates have been campaigning for months now...and we're still a year away from presidential elections. While that may seem a bit of an early start to many Americans, foreigners are flabbergasted. The World's Aaron Schachter reports.
Post-election unrest in Kenya has been widespread and hard to monitor in real time, but some concerned bloggers are trying to help, and they've set up a website where Kenyans can report on what they see in their own communities
Cyrus Farivar reports that the Baltic nation of Estonia has opened a new trade office California's Silicon Valley, and its goal is to drum up high-tech business for Estonian burgeoning high-tech industry.