Watch the full show from Wednesday, November 25: Israel's prime minister proposes a 10-month settlement freeze; India marks the one-year anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks; Britain deals with cancer drug controversy; and the Mediterranean diet is dying.
Watch the full show from Thursday, November 26: a global look at food includes rising prices in Egypt; aging Japanese population puts family rice farms in jeopardy; buffalo mozzarella cheese in Italy; and a new vintage wine emerges in Lebanon.
Watch the full show from Friday, November 27: United Nations' nuclear watchdog board reprimands Iran; economic woes shake Dubai; children are dying in makeshift camps in Afghanistan; and, the Catholic Church conceals decades of child abuses.
Watch the full show from Monday, November 23: India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh meets with President Obama; new immigrants in Germany are asked to sign contracts committing them to Western values; and kidnappings and attacks in the Philippines.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, November 24: White House signals it's made a long-awaited decision on how many new U.S. troops to send to Afghanistan; Britain launches a sweeping investigation into its role in the Iraq war; too much wind-generated electricity in Denmark; and, a first-hand account of life in Somalia.moreless
Watch the full show from Monday, November 30: Swiss voters ban powerful symbol of Islam; in Germany, John Demjanjuk goes on trial for alleged murder of thousands during Holocaust; defiant Iran announces plan to build more uranium enrichment plants; and Denmark aims to have the most energy-efficient homes.
Watch the full show from Thursday, December 3: a top American scientist says he hopes the climate change summit in Copenhagen fails; Afghan women take desperate steps to address abusive marriages; and, we remember the 25th anniversary of the Bhopal tragedy in India.
Watch the full show from Friday, December 4: dozens are killed in Pakistan in the latest insurgent attack aimed at Pakistan's military; Rwanda declares itself free of deadly land mines; Nicholas Kristof and Garrick Utley discuss impending Afghanistan troop surge; and a look at South Africa, home of the 2010 World Cup.moreless
Watch the full show from Tuesday, December 1: President Obama announces his plan to add 30,000 troops to the war Afghanistan; U.S. State Department also deploys civilian employees to Afghanistan; and, South Africa announces new measures to fight AIDS.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, December 2: America's allies weigh in on President Obama's new Afghan plan; a report details Afghan army and police defections; Chile's government plan emphasizes health care for disease afflicting the greatest number of people; and, Israelis and Palestinians plant strawberry fields together.
Watch the full show from Friday, November 13: President Obama visits Japan; the British government deals with a growing immigration backlash; Pakistan suffers another deadly attack; and, Iraq tries to attract tourists.
Watch the full show from Thursday, November 12: a top American diplomat says fewer troops should be sent to Afghanistan; how China, France and other countries are battling the H1N1 disease; gays in Greece fight for marriage rights; and a U.K. computer denies Hemingway's genius.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, November 10: two American outposts are overrun by the Taliban in Afghanistan; a new terrorist bombing in Pakistan raises security questions; a grieving British mother takes on the Prime Minister; violence and venom force gay Jamaicans to hide; and, Sesame Street turns 40.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, November 11: on this Veterans Day, the world pays tribute to war veterans; female soldiers suffer from psychological maladies when they come home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; and an underground gay church in Jamaica allows gays to practice their faith.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, November 17: President Barack Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao pledge to tackle global challenges together; the Czech Republic celebrates the 20-year anniversary of the Velvet Revolution; and, Israel's high-tech economy.
Watch the full show from Thursday, November 19: President Barack Obama talks about North Korea's nuclear program; Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai is inaugurated for a second term; and, Americans move into Israeli settlements.
Watch the full show from Friday, November 20: world powers meet in Brussels and place new pressure on Iran; a growing movement in Bangladesh protects young girls from becoming child brides; and, sea turtles fight to survive in Costa Rica.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, November 18: the Pakistani military sees success in fighting the Taliban and al-Qaeda; an American ship is attacked again by Somali pirates; poor Ecuadorians sue one of the world's biggest oil companies in the Amazon; Israelis protest divorce laws.
Watch the full show from Friday, December 25: a special edition on health in Indonesia. Each year, 400,000 people die from smoking-related illnesses. It's also the place where tobacco companies are looking for a haven from high taxes and tough regulation.
Watch the full show from Monday, December 28: Iranian authorities announce a major crackdown; new information from London about the young Nigerian accused of trying to blow up a Detroit-bound Northwest Airlines plane; assessing the debate on the identity of French Muslims; and, psychiatric care in India.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, December 22: the Obama administration wages war on Al Qaeda far beyond Pakistan and Afghanistan; U.S. marines take on Taliban forces in Afghanistan; army missions against the drug war endure in Mexico; and, saving the coral reefs in Japan.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, December 23: A Helping Hand, a special edition of Worldfocus. Joe rescues street kids in the Philippines; Miss Gene devotes her life to help her community fight AIDS in Jamaica; a woman protects scorned single moms in Morocco; and, a man and donkey deliver books to children in Colombia.moreless
Watch the full show from Thursday, December 24: Iran tells demonstrators to stay off the streets or face crackdown; U.S. Marines offer a blunt assessment of Afghan security forces; H1N1 has peaked in some parts of the world; and, people celebrate Christmas differently around the world.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, December 29: China executes a British citizen convicted of drug smuggling; Russian treatment of prisoners has sparked outrage; Swiss addicts get free heroin at clinics; and, why Chinese people are falling for American cosmetics.
Description: Watch the full show from Friday, January 1: "One Night That Shook the World." Twenty years after the Berlin Wall fell, you'll hear how that remarkable day unfolded. Meet the German border guard who issued the order to let the East Germans out. And, Worldfocus examines who should get credit for the end of the Cold War.moreless
Watch the full show from Monday, January 4: Yemen launches a new attack against al-Qaeda; a charity builds a school in Pakistan offering an escape from the grinding poverty; and, Indonesia fails to slow destructive deforestation.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, December 30: The Christmas Day attempted bombing of an American jetliner reveals a new Yemeni threat to the U.S.; tens of thousands of hard-line Iranian government supporters take to the streets; China is on a shopping spree for natural resources; and, Australian shark detectors.
Watch the full show from Thursday, December 31: The Taliban claims responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed 7 CIA employees; a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan kills 4 Canadians; new information about the young Nigerian accused of the attempted plane bombing; and, New Year celebrations the world over.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, December 9: controversy erupts between rich and poor at the Copenhagen conference; China develops green technology; Europe debates public displays of Islamic faith; and, the "Chicago Boys" revive ChileÂÂÂs economy.
Watch the full show from Thursday, December 10: President Obama accepts the Nobel Peace Prize; human rights groups criticize how police in Brazil are tackling crime; Chile's privatized social security reveals risks and rewards; and, Egypt battles to bring the Rosetta Stone back home.
Watch the full show from Monday, December 7: Weaning the world off fossil fuels while pushing the developing world to get on board; an island in Denmark switches entirely to renewable energy; demands for security in one of Mexico's most dangerous cities; and prospering from the Amazon without destroying rainforests.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, December 8: bombings kill more than 100 people in Iraq; Israeli settlers in the West Bank resist government's ban on new housing construction; debt crisis in Dubai means tough times for Indian construction workers; and, Bangladesh tries to adapt to climate change.
Watch the full show from Friday, December 11: five young American Muslims are held in Pakistan; Europe agrees to contribute billions to poor countries if the U.S. also commits; and, Japan gears up for its annual whale hunt.
Watch the full show from Friday, December 18: President Obama and world leaders struggle to reach climate deal; more than 1 million people in Bangladesh have fled the rising waters; and, Germany says it wants 1 million electric cars on the road in the next 10 years.
Watch the full show from Monday, December 21: death of a leading dissident religious leader inspires a new anti-government rally in Iran; Dan Rather reports on his recent trip to Afghanistan; Holocaust survivors give emotional testimonies in Germany; Daljit Dhaliwal reports on soaring food prices in India.
Watch the full show from Thursday, December 17: Secretary of State Clinton travels to Copenhagen and endorses a plan to pay poor nations $100 billion; in China's coal country, going green is causing unemployment and fear; and, remembering Romania's revolution 20 years later.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, December 16: Iran provokes new fears when it test fires another long-range missile; debt mounts in Greece raising questions of bankruptcy; and, young Kenyan women are taught to fend off sexual violence.
Watch the full show from Monday, December 14: After mosque arson, Israeli chief rabbi visits Palestinian village; Egypt may be flooding Gaza's smuggling tunnels; in Argentina, a trial begins for the military man known as Angel of Death; and, some say hate politics has gone too far in the attack on Italy's prime minister.moreless
Watch the full show from Tuesday, December 15: China is the world's worst polluter and leader in green technology; corruption in Afghanistan; Turkey's dirty war against the Kurds; and, an octopus at work in Indonesia.
Watch the show from Monday, October 12: A suicide bomber kills dozens near Pakistan's capital; Britain's government is forced to sell assets; Zimbabwe drives white farmers off their land and Russia's Barack Obama.
Watch the show from Wednesday, September 23: President Barack Obama considers important policy shifts in Afghanistan and the Middle East, Iran's leader speaks out about nuclear weapons, the stigma surrounding HIV in Jamaica and colder winters in Peru.
Watch the show from Tuesday, October 13: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton travels to Russia to encourage tougher sanctions against Iran; Russia and China celebrate the 60th anniversary of their political ties by signing trade an energy deals; copper mines in Chile teach lessons in fiscal responsibility; and, Buddhist congregations in Japan are shrinking.moreless
Watch the show from Monday, October 26: Baghdad bombings raise questions about Iraq's ability to secure itself; Afghanistan endures the deadliest day in more than four years; our signature story explores Ethiopia's rich history; and, giant jellyfish invade Japan.
Watch the full show from Friday, November 6: Abbas decides to step aside from the Palestinian Authority; Britain's prime minister stays the course in Afghanistan; hundreds of thousands of Somalis are displaced by the raging civil war; and, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, some Russians say The Beatles caused the revolution.moreless
Watch the full show from Monday, November 9: Worldfocus special -- "One Night That Shook the World." Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, you'll hear how that remarkable day unfolded. Meet the unheralded German border guard who issued the critical order to let the East Germans out.
Watch the full show from Thursday, November 5: security situation worsens in Afghanistan; violence against children increases in Pakistan; Islamic militants ravage Somalia; and, energy efficiency in Denmark.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, November 3: Afghan President Hamid Karzai pledges to clean up corruption; British soldier dismantles dozens of roadside bombs before he is killed by one; robust reporting in the Philippines can lead to death; and, fencing in Togo.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, November 4: Anti-government Iranian protesters take to the streets in Tehran; an Afghan police officer turns on British troops, killing 5; CIA agents are convicted of snatching a radical Muslim cleric off the streets of Milan, Italy; and maintaining tradition in the West Bank.
Watch the show from Friday, October 16: On World Food Day, one billion people do not get enough to eat; four more U.S. troops are killed in Afghanistan; violence sweeps Pakistan; and, a British study suggests children are beginning formal education too young.
Watch the show from Monday, October 19: Suicide bomber attack, the threat of its nuclear program and immigration in Iran; hundreds of thousands escape the fighting in Pakistan as the army carries out a new offensive against the Taliban; and Australia's out-of-control camel population.
Watch the show from Wednesday, October 14: A boatload of Sri Lankans threaten to blow themselves up in a bid to win asylum; Britain says it's sending more troops to Afghanistan; prudent banking practices in Canada; and, discrimination against women and minorities in Brazil.
Watch the show from Thursday, October 22: Calls to close American military bases in Japan; a personal story about how political violence is changing Pakistani way of life; small religious groups in Indonesia come under attack by fundamentalists; and, potable mineral water in a Russian resort town.
Watch the show from Tuesday, October 20: Afghan President Hamid Karzai agrees to runoff elections; Pakistan's new offensive against the Taliban; the ancient Islamic tradition of Sufism fights terrorism in Morocco; and, big oil encroaches on Ecuadorian eco-tourism.
Watch the show from Wednesday, October 21: China distributes H1N1 flu vaccine; there are signs of progress in nuclear talks between Iran and the West; drug violence still rages in Juarez, Mexico; and, religious groups in Turkey threaten democracy by promoting ethical and moral values.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, March 10. Tonight, an encore presentation of a Worldfocus special edition: A helping hand. Joe rescues street kids in the Philippines; Miss Gene devotes her life to fighting AIDS in Jamaica; a woman protects single moms in Morocco; and, a man and a donkey deliver books to children in Colombia.moreless
Watch the full show from Thursday, March 11: China and India give their blessing to the Copenhagen climate change accord; in the Caribbean, coral reefs are dying and hurricanes are intensifying; more Greek protests erupt over the austerity plan; and China's number of billionaires increases.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, March 9: As Vice President Joe Biden pushes peace talks, the Israelis announce a big new settlement project in Jerusalem; in a raid in Indonesia, a top al-Qaeda-linked terror suspect is likely killed; and, in Jordan, unlikely advocates strive for animal rights.
Watch the full show from Monday, March 8: The top U.S. commander in Iraq says the troop withdrawal will continue now that parliamentary elections are over; Icelandic voters reject a plan to repay billions lost by British and Dutch depositors; and in India, many women run major corporations.
Watch the full show from Thursday, March 18. A special edition on women in the Muslim world: more and more Jordanian women are leaving home to work; in Egypt, freedom of choice means embracing tradition and the veil; from Iran, how women are moving forward; and, in Turkey, a soccer league of their own.moreless
Watch the full show from Friday, March 19. A special edition on Mexico: hundreds of thousands of immigrants risk their lives fleeing into Mexico; how the recession is affecting ordinary Mexicans; Mexico City becomes the first place in Latin America to legalize abortion; and, how the arts are used to preserve Mayan languages.moreless
Watch the full show from Thursday, March 25. A special edition on preserving the past: Maintaining Roman antiquities has residents worried about the high cost of history; the challenge of building a new subway line in Rome; Greece battles for ancient sculptures; and, an unchanged Ethiopian town.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, March 17. A special edition on the changing face of the Arab world: In Beirut, gay rights are being defended, and the party scene is hot; West Bank factory owners struggle to compete against Chinese imports; Oprah is on the air in Jordan; and, Turkish soap operas are popular in Ramallah.moreless
Watch the full show from Tuesday, March 16. A special edition on 21st century Israel: The Jewish state undergoes sweeping changes as immigrants from around the world pour in; investment in high-tech spurs growth; an Israeli company engineers electric car infrastructure; and, a look at Israel's film industry.
Watch the full show from Friday, March 12: Insurgents carry out a suicide bombing in Pakistan, killing dozens in Lahore; after Vice President Biden's visit to Israel and the West Bank, tensions remain high; the Maldives islands could fall victim to climate change; and, an archaeological mystery is solved.
Watch the full show from Monday, March 15: China adopts a tough, new attitude on human rights, internet freedom and the economy; after the killing of an American couple in Mexico, U.S. and Mexican officials condemn drug violence; German Catholics address sexual abuse; and, Mongolians struggle with extreme climate changes.
Watch the full show from Friday, March 5: A vote in the U.S. House of Representatives sparks outrage in Turkey; large protests sweep Greece after parliament approves new austerity measures; the Chinese premier uses the internet to talk to ordinary citizens and promote democracy; and, Egypt tries to stop smoking.
Watch the full show from Thursday, February 25: The Afghan government takes control of Marjah thanks to the largest military operation of the war; more Israeli names appear as suspects in the Hamas hit; U.K. conservatives have found a new way to become popular; and, a glimpse of indigenous people in Arctic Siberia.moreless
Watch the full show from Friday, February 26: In the Afghan capital, suicide attackers target hotels used by foreigners, killing 17 people; outrage over bank bonuses in Britain after major losses last year; the Chinese are hitting the slopes and becoming a snowy super power; and, a deeper look at Australian Aboriginal culture.moreless
Watch the full show from Tuesday, February 23: the U.S. top commander in Afghanistan goes on Afghan TV to apologize for the latest deadly strike on civilians; new hope in Sudan, as the government and Darfur rebel leaders sign a truce; tensions soar once more over the Falklands; and, an Arctic circus changes lives.moreless
Watch the full show from Wednesday, February 24: The governments of Greece, Spain and Ireland are implementing unpopular austerity programs to combat huge deficits; in Turkey, a high-profile crackdown on the military is raising tensions; and, we continue our look at indigenous groups with the Nukak of Colombia.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, March 3: Suicide bombings just days before national elections leave dozens dead in Iraq; a possible breakthrough in the Middle East, as Arab foreign ministers support new Israeli-Palestinian negotiations; Greece tries to sell austerity plan; and, Britain's growing cocaine problem.
Watch the full show from Thursday, March 4: The U.S. and its allies plan for a big offensive in the Kandahar area of Afghanistan; Russians recall the Soviet legacy in Afghanistan; Israel and the Palestinians move toward a resumption of peace talks; and, Muscovites celebrate 20 years since McDonald's first arrived.moreless
Watch the full show from Monday, March 1: In Chile, scenes of devastation as rescuers search for survivors of the massive earthquake; the impact of the earthquake on Chile's economy, which until now had weathered the recession quite well; and, in the Hague, the former Bosnian Serb leader defends himself.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, March 2: Chile races to rescue survivors, as food and water finally make it to some of those in need; an investigation into the death of the first female British soldier in Afghanistan; the heartbreaking story of Haiti's homeless children; and, the post-Olympics blame game in Russia.moreless
Watch the full show from Wednesday, March 24. A special edition on immigration: A look at anti-Muslim sentiment in France; plans to build a new mosque draw a powerful response from the right in Germany; and, as Spanish unemployment rises, some immigrants are scorned.
Watch the full show from Friday, April 2. A special edition on slices of life around the globe: The passion for baseball in Cuba; rodeo in Brazil; indigenous Bolivian women sport bowler hats; glass-making in Hebron; wineries in Lebanon; and, the Czech tradition of mushroom-hunting.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, March 23. A special edition on health care challenges around the world: The battle against cervical cancer in Nicaragua; helping more women survive childbirth in Guatemala; the struggle for basic care in Uganda; and, tuberculosis still takes a heavy toll in India.
Watch the full show from Thursday, April 1. A special edition on 21st century Africa: Chinese is one of the hottest subjects in Kenyan schools; many upwardly mobile people are realizing the African dream; cell phones have revolutionized African life; and Rwandan students with laptops.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, March 30. A special edition on women in the developing world: From the Congo, the story of a wife who yearns for the past; in Liberia, women battle sexual abuse; why women are the majority in Rwanda's parliament; and, an Indian woman helps Untouchables.
Watch the full show from Monday, March 22. The Health of Nations special edition: in Chile, how fast you get treated depends on what ails you; in Brazil, emphasis is on medical care for the poor; Singapore's health care is funded by an unusual savings plan; and, Canada saves on admin costs.moreless
Watch the full show from Friday, March 26. A special edition on energy in Denmark: The nation has reduced its dependence on fossil fuels and created jobs; Denmark is a leader in wind power; one community has drastically reduced home energy costs; and, one island is carbon-neutral.
Watch the full show from Monday, March 29. A special edition on deadly diseases: AIDS continues to rage in South Africa; in Thailand, one man fights AIDS complacency; Haiti and the Dominican Republic join together to combat malaria; and, stopping drug-resistant tuberculosis.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, March 31. A special edition on technology around the globe: Estonia loves its e-life; in Singapore, the government wants to implement pay-as-you-drive to unclog the streets; from Greece, new hope for the blind thanks to a hand-held device; and, an Israeli electric car company.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, January 20: Haiti is rocked by a strong aftershock; Haitians question whereabouts of their government; a look at the emerging lithium industry in Bolivia; and fixing the price of pasta in Italy.
Watch the full show from Thursday, January 21: China's economy is growing faster than expected; China is also coming to the rescue of many Haitians; one Haitian family's quest to bury a loved one with dignity; and, pandas debut at this year---s World Expo in Shanghai.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, January 19: Haitian children left orphaned in the aftermath; a high speed railroad in China links distant cities; President Obama's foreign policy record in Africa; and, Orthodox Christians commemorate the Epiphany with an icy plunge.
Watch the full show from Friday, January 22: conditions in Haiti are slowly improving, depending on where in the capital you are; a growing number of Haitians are leaving on dangerous journeys in overcrowded boats; and, global markets react negatively to Obama's plan to tighten control over U.S. banks.
Watch the full show from Thursday, January 28: World leaders plot a roadmap in Afghanistan and pledge money to buy the loyalties of Taliban; locals in one Afghan region have created their own militia; a remarkable Indian woman provides hope to Dalits; and, newly discovered Mayan ruins help explain history.
Watch the full show from Friday, January 29: The war in Iraq -- a strong and unequivocal defense by Tony Blair; on an island paradise, secret talks on ending the war in Afghanistan; more than two weeks after Haiti's quake, the growing threat of disease; and, life among the penguins of Patagonia.moreless
Watch the full show from Wednesday, January 27: religious leaders in Yemen decry "foreign interference;" the U.S. and Russia move closer to a new deal to reduce nuclear arms; survivors remember the 65th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp; and, Avatar, the movie, plays in China.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, January 26: Britain barely pulls out of a recession; a new report warns that al-Qaeda is still plotting to use weapons of mass destruction against the U.S.; Muslim students in London come under increased scrutiny; and, a stand-up comic tells jokes in Pakistan.
Watch the full show from Monday, January 25: as the war in Afghanistan escalates, new efforts to bring the insurgent group into the political mix; millions of Afghan migrants cross the Iran border; drugs from Afghanistan stir a drug war in Iran; and, a female North Korean defector boxes her way up in South Korea.moreless
Watch the full show from Monday, January 11: a deadly day for American troops in Afghanistan; al-Qaeda's recruiting campaign targets foreign students in Yemen; and, the challenges facing people in wheelchairs in Greece.
Watch the full show from Friday, January 8: Joblessness in Europe is as high as unemployment in the United States; Latvia suffers from the worst unemployment in Europe; the U.S. continues to go after al-Qaeda in Yemen; and, innovative Taiwanese news broadcasts are being animated.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, January 12: Tehran bombing kills a prominent Iranian scientist; Harry Reid's comments about President Obama spark a global debate on race; churches are set afire as religious strife rages in Malaysia; and, high-tech gadgets lead the blind in Greece.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, January 5: Europe weighs new security measures to try to guarantee passenger safety; Yemen intensifies its campaign against al-Qaeda; President Jimmy CarterÂÂÂs campaign combats malaria in Haiti and the Dominican Republic; and, war continues in corners of DR Congo.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, January 6: an American military official condemns U.S. intelligence failures in Afghanistan; peace in Bosnia is still fragile; and, zoo animals in Europe can\'t escape the frigid cold.
Watch the full show from Thursday, January 7: momentum builds for a resumption of peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians; some foreign investors flock to Palestinian high-tech; many Egyptian women elect to wear the veil; and, a Taiwanese sword maker preserves an ancient art form.
Description: Watch the full show from Friday, January 15: the "Haiti in Ruins" special edition of Worldfocus -- food trickles in, medical treatment is lacking, and survivors continue to emerge; some refugees are crossing into the Dominican Republic; and, Haitians abroad wait to find out if loved ones are still alive.moreless
Watch the full show from Monday, January 18: Haitian police fire on looters; Taliban militants launch attacks in Afghanistan; President Barack Obama's foreign policy successes and failures during the last year; and, a food fight between Lebanon and Israel over who invented hummus.
Watch the full show from Thursday, January 14: aid from around the world begins to arrive as an estimated 3 million Haitians need help; President Obama tells Haitians they will not be forsaken; and, a look at Haiti's history of political instability and environmental disaster.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, January 13: Haiti endures the most powerful earthquake in more than two centuries; a backgrounder on Haiti's struggles with poverty and food insecurity; and, a modern planned city on the West Bank.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, February 16: A major development in the war in Afghanistan, as the Taliban's military chief is captured in Karachi; it's day four of the major offensive in Helmand province; a close-up view of how a Mexican village depends on U.S. economic strength; and, attack of the two-ton titans in India.moreless
Watch the full show from Wednesday, February 17: The deepening mystery over who killed a top Palestinian militant in Dubai; in South America, new charges of human rights abuses by paramilitary groups in Colombia; and, the surprising family secrets of King Tut are revealed.
Watch the full show from Monday, February 15: From Afghanistan, day three of the biggest NATO offensive since 2001; in Ireland, the latest on that country's "dirty secret" about abuse by Catholic clergy; a special report about business in Cuba; and, an avant-garde art colony in Berlin.
Watch the full show from Monday, February 22: In Afghanistan, NATO's Marjah offensive enters its second week; fallout continues from the assassination of a Hamas official in Dubai; new evidence suggests a Chinese university was the source of an internet attack on Google; and, a report on Japan's indigenous population.
Watch the full show from Thursday, February 18: U.S. and Afghan forces control key parts of the town, but the fight is far from over; President Obama welcomes the Dalai Lama while trying not to damage Sino-American relations; and, in South America, a new conflict between Britain and Argentina over offshore oil.moreless
Watch the full show from Friday, February 19: The inside story of a man who worked for the Iranian paramilitary forces and later faced their brutal tactics himself; strong criticism from China after Obama's meeting with the Dalai Lama; Niger's military takes power; and, a few moments of joy in Haiti as lost children re-unite with family.moreless
Watch the full show from Friday, February 12: Mexico's president visits Ciudad Juarez, the country's murder capital, just miles from the U.S. border; one month after the earthquake, Haitians struggle for survival; and, the Olympic torch arrives in Vancouver for tonight's opening ceremonies.
Watch the full show from Thursday, February 11: Iran marks the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution with large demonstrations and an iron fist; twenty years after Nelson Mandela walked to freedom, a look at South Africa today; and, the challenges of guaranteeing security for Olympic athletes and spectators.
Watch the full show from Thursday, February 4: Toyota's troubles grow deeper, as the Prius comes under fire; from France, more controversy over Muslim identity and what it means to be French; how tobacco companies are courting Indonesian smokers; and, a secret dream house in the U.K. may come tumbling down.moreless
Watch the full show from Wednesday, February 3: In Iran, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says he's ready to cut a deal over nuclear program; from Britain, calls for more Alzheimer's research; in China, a modern-day Thomas Edison pioneers "knockoff" electric cars; and, in Bolivia, a look at the impact of global warming.moreless
Watch the full show from Monday, February 1: From Japan, growing outrage over the presence of American troops in Okinawa; in Haiti, the bizarre story of a group of American churchgoers arrested by local authorities; in Vietnam, things are starting to look a lot like America; and, sea turtles back from the brink in Australia.moreless
Watch the full show from Tuesday, February 2: Ten Americans remain in custody in Haiti, accused of trafficking children; a French court probes the 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde; some people believe the Jamaican government is encouraging anti-gay violence; and, a look at the Oscar nominees for Best Foreign Language Film.moreless
Watch the full show from Wednesday, February 10: From Haiti, the curse of corruption taints the food aid program; in Greece, unhappy workers take to the streets as the government considers a new austerity plan; and, a crackdown by the Iranian government in advance of tomorrow's anniversary.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, February 9: The latest roadblock from Toyota is the recall of hundreds of thousands of cars and a new apology; from Nigeria, new allegations that may implicate security forces in the killing of civilians during a battle with Islamic insurgents; and, an update on the Israeli electric car infrastructure.moreless
Watch the full show from Friday, February 5: The economic damage continues to spread, as southern Europe faces major debt woes; in Afghanistan, NATO commanders say they're on the verge of a major attack; more fallout from an American airstrike last September; and, millions of Japanese behold a city of ice in Sapporo.moreless
Watch the full show from Monday, February 8: A defiant Iran moves ahead with plans for higher-level uranium enrichment, claiming it's for medical use; in Ukraine, the opposition candidate is the apparent election winner; an inside look at the battle for women's rights in Turkey; and, meet the Buddhist hip hop monk.moreless
Watch the show from Wednesday, January 28: Middle East relations, nuclear weapons, Russian missile shield, Russian economy, Iceland crisis, social unrest, Canadian health care, Catholic Pope, religion in Russia.
Watch the show from Wednesday, April 8: Pirate attack off Somalia's coast, fears of violence between Sunnis and Shiites in Iraq once American troops withdraw, scenes from the ghost towns of central Italy and the struggle to save the language of Lithuania.
Watch the show from Wednesday, August 26: Peace talks between Israel and the U.S., a visit to the Palestinian stock market, election results in Afghanistan and remembering Ted Kennedy around the world.
Watch the show from Friday, July 3: U.S. Marines push deeper into southern Afghanistan on day two of the biggest offensive of the war, a rare look at the Pakistani military's battle in Swat Valley and the electric car in Israel.
Watch the show from Wednesday, August 5: North Korea releases two American journalists, arrests and an inauguration in Iran, humanitarian crises continue in Pakistan and the former president of the Philippines is buried.
Watch the show from Friday, September 18: Russians praise President Obama's cancellation of missile defense system, new anti-government protests in Iran, Iraqi and Afghan asylum seekers in France and salt therapy in Israel.
Watch the show from Thursday, September 17: President Obama reverses course on a missile defense system for Europe, war in Afghanistan turns deadly for Italian troops, a new political era in Zimbabwe and building a subway through ancient ruins in Rome.
Watch the show from Thursday, September 3: From an Arctic abyss to Borneo's deforestation and drought affecting India's sugar cane harvests, Worldfocus takes an in-depth look at climate change and its impact.
Watch the show from Monday, September 7: Germany and Britain call for an international conference to chart a new path in Afghanistan, a female activist in Sudan is sentenced for wearing pants, health care in India doesn't reach rural areas and Venezuela and Iran strengthen ties.
Watch the show from Friday, September 4: Scores killed in NATO air strike against Taliban in Afghanistan, violent protests erupt in western China and anger in Argentina over the appointment of a terrorist suspect to Iran's cabinet.
Watch the show from Tuesday, January 27: Israel and Gaza, Middle East diplomacy, elections in Iraq, Afghanistan, world economy, child support in Britain, severe weather in Europe, LRA seeking redemption, Zimbabwe, health care in Singapore.
Watch the show from Wednesday, January 21: Unemployment in Britain, world economy, Middle East diplomacy, GuantÃ¡namo, Iraq and Afghanistan, Taliban and Pakistan, Gaza, Iran, women in Jordan, Chinese censorship.
Watch the show from Monday, May 18: Obama meets with Israeli Prime Minister Bejamin Netanyahu, Sri Lanka declares it has crushed the Tamil Tiger rebels, a British mother's verdict and chess for indigenous children in Brazil.
Watch the Show from Tuesday, May 5: Pakistan peace deal on the verge of collapse, a military mutiny erupts in Georgia, H1N1, a boat trip into Burma and coming together in a classroom in Northern Ireland.
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