The Ukrainian prime minister's resignation on Thursday has created more uncertainty for the Ukrainian government as it tries to battle a separatist movement in the east. We'll discuss the latest news from Ukraine with freelance journalist Eugene Bondarenko.
If Russia does not agree to cooperate with the investigation of Malaysian airlines flight 17, the EU is considering tougher sanctions. EU ambassadors are meeting in Brussels today to consider a series of tighter restrictions on Russia. We'll get an update from Brussels.
Joko Widodo has been declared the winner of the Indonesian presidential election, but his opponent, Prabowo Subianto, is challenging the results on accusations of fraud. We'll take a look at the allegations.[View the story "Worldview: Indonesian election results" on Storify]
Israel sent ground troops in to Gaza on Thursday in an expressed effort to secure tunnels it says are used by Hamas fighters to smuggle arms and gain access into Israel. We'll get an update on the humanitarian situation inside Gaza.
It's well known that nations spy on one another. But the recent arrest of an American spy inside Germany has increased tensions between the two nations. We'll talk about the growing spy scandal with Der Spiegel's Gregor Peter Schmitz.
Although the earthquake in Haiti happened almost five years ago, the country, which is one of the most impoverished in the Americas, continues to feel the after-effects, including the spread of cholera. We'll find out about a lawsuit which hopes to hold the U.N. accountable.