In Egypt, the military ultimatum for Muhammad Morsi comes to pass. A look at the rise of foreign-owned English-language broadcast networks. Catalina Maria Johnson highlights sounds and artists from the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music.
DER SPIEGEL senior Washington correspondent Gregor Peter Schmitz elaborates on the magazine's recent reports on NSA spying. Friends of the Congo's Kambale Musavuli discusses what impact UN troops can have in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
We examine the fallout from massive protests marking a year in power for Muhammad Morsi of Egypt. Then, Howard Learner provides insight into Barack Obama's speech on climate change. Also, a personal look at the push for independence in Scotland.
We discuss what President Obama's trip to Africa could mean for US relations with the continent. Then, Milos Stehlik offers a glimpse of new action thriller "White House Down." Plus, we explore weekend events with an international theme.
Becca Napoli and mother-daughter duo Ann and Liz Satter join us to discuss the work they and others are doing locally in partnership with the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up campaign to try to improve girls’ lives in Malawi.
When last April's massive storms waterlogged basements across the Midwest, Environmental Protection Agency and municipal hotlines were flooded with calls from angry homeowners blaming the damage on the proximity of wetlands to their homes.