A deal to monitor Iran's nuclear program continues to be discussed by a panel of world powers. We discuss the potential outcomes with Joe Cirnicione of the Ploughshares Fund. We also talk about the recent Nigerian elections and their historic outcome. Finally, we look at Orthodox Lent and Tony Sarabia tells us about Toña la Negra.
Violence continues to disrupt life in Nigeria, and, as elections draw near, questions arise about the political stability of the country. Richard Joseph from Northwestern University talks to us about the conflict. Also, we feature Rafa Kotcherha creator of Wapapura, a mobile recording studio that runs on solar power.
After 20 people were infected with Ebola in Nigeria, the country has not seen a new case in 42 days. The World Health Organization has declared the country free of Ebola virus transmission. WHO's Incident Manager for Ebola in Nigeria tells us how they contained the virus.
In April, more than 200 schoolgirls were kidnapped in Nigeria, which led to an international focus on women's rights there. 'The Supreme Price' is a documentary that examines women's rights in Nigeria. We'll talk with the film’s director, Joanna Lipper and researcher Corinne Dufka.