We assess the Obama administration's treatment of whistleblowers. Ethnic clashes erupt after the killing of a young man in Guinea Conakry. Zimbabwean musician Chiwoniso Maraire dies unexpectedly at age 37.
Mali prepares to elect its next leader. We learn what it will take to rebuild Burma's legal system. Mary McLaughlin explains tells us about the various benefits of breadfruit trees and introduces us to her organization, Trees that Feed.
Europe saw a political shake up this weekend when voters went to the polls in France, Serbia and Greece. Greek voters gave a majority to the center-right New Democracy party. But with only about 19 percent of the vote, they did not win enough seats to take control of parliament.
Wisconsin’s attonery general plans to appeal a temporary injunction of that state’s controversial voter ID law which went into effect this year.“My office will continue its efforts to defend the law, and I am confident that the Voter ID law ultimately will be upheld,” said Wisconsin Attorney General