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, 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.
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 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.
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 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.
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.
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 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.
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.