Nov. 30, 2001
Aftershocks in Egypt
Egyptians cope with a new way of life after the September 11 attacks on the United States.
Nov. 28, 2001
Newsmaker: Egypt's Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher El Sayed
Following a backround report, Margaret Warner talks to Egypt's foreign minister, Ahmed Maher El Sayed, about the future of Afghanistan and the roots of Islamic terrorism and anti-Americanism in the Arab world.
Nov. 27, 2001
Man of Letters: Egyptian Playwright Ali Salem
Elizabeth Farnsworth discusses political repercussions of September 11th with Egyptian playwright Ali Salem.
Sept. 21, 2001
Ray Suarez interviews three Arab ambassadors to the U.S. about their reactions to the terrorist attacks and Afghanistan's response.
July 25, 2001
Famine, corruption and civil strife continue to plague the East African nation of Sudan.
June 12, 2001
Drug Prices for Seniors Rising
The price of prescription drugs used most by seniors rose much faster than inflation last year, a new report shows.
May 29, 2001
Bombings Verdict: 1998 Embassy Bombings
Terrorism experts discuss the murder and conspiracy convictions of four men for the 1998 embassy bombings in Africa.
May 21, 2001
AIDS in Africa: Global Help
A background report on AIDS in Africa.
May 21, 2001
Elizabeth Farnsworth leads a discussion with AIDS and Africa experts about the international community's role in combating the epidemic.
May 17, 2001
Senegal's Success in AIDS Prevention
A look at Senegal and an effective AIDS prevention program. Fred de Sam Lazaro of Twin Cities Public Television reports.
May 16, 2001
Fighting Back Against HIV in Botswana
Nearly 36 percent of adults in Botswana are believed to have HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Elizabeth Farnsworth reports on how Botswana's government is trying to tackle the crisis, in part three of a four-part series.
May 15, 2001
HIV and the Botswana Battle
Nearly 36 percent of adults in Botswana are believed to have HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Elizabeth Farnsworth reports on efforts to combat the virus in part two of a four-part series.
April 25, 2001
AIDS in Africa
Elizabeth Farnsworth reports from Malawi, where HIV/AIDS afflicts 10 percent of the population.
Feb. 1, 2001
Joseph Kabila, the son of slain Congo leader Laurent Kabila, assumes the presidency of a troubled nation in central Africa.
Jan. 25, 2001
Photojournalist Sorious Samura discusses his award-winning documentary and the brutal civil war in his home country of Sierra Leone.
Jan. 23, 2001
A background report on the assassination of the Democratic Republic of the Congo's Laurent Kabila.
Jan. 23, 2001
A panel discusses the Democratic Republic of the Congo following the assassination of its leader, Laurent Kabila.