A new report from Physicians for Human Rights documents the impact of rape and sexual violence on Darfuri women refugees living in Chad. The World's Jeb Sharp speaks with two of the doctors who published the report.
Southern Sudanese will vote in January whether to form an independent country. Members of the diaspora are allowed to vote as well. The World's Jeb Sharp visits one of the eight referendum centers here in the US to see how registration is going.
Northern Sudan is all but resigned to the impeding independence of Southern Sudan. Matthew Brunwasser reports from Khartoum, where some northerners are sad to see the south go ï¿½ while others say good riddance.
The BBC's James Copnall tells anchor Lisa Mullins that there is worry about a full-scale war erupting between northern and southern Sudan. The Abyei region is at the crux of this latest dispute where looting and fires have erupted.
Protests sparked by a video said to mock Islam are continuing to spread around the Mulsim world. Western embassies have been targeted and in some cases attacked in several countries, from Tunisia and Sudan to Bangladesh and Indonesia.
US officials who watch South Sudan are sounding an alarm that the young country is increasingly at war with itself. Anchor Marco Werman walks with Gayle Smith, President Obama's point person on South Sudan.