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 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 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 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 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.