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 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 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 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.
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 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 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.