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 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 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 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 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.
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 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.