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 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.
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 Carter’s campaign combats malaria in Haiti and the Dominican Republic; and, war continues in corners of DR Congo.
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.
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 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 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.
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.