Millions of Africans voted Tuesday in two very different elections. Margaret Warner discusses elections in Egypt and Congo with The International Republican Institute's Scott Mastic, who's leading an election monitoring team in Cairo, and Soloman Moore of The Wall Street…
By Talea Miller
The UN Refugee Agency released new 2010 data on the countries hosting the largest numbers of refugees and the countries producing large refugee populations.
Lindsay Hilsum of Independent Television News reports on the use of rape as a weapon of war in eastern Congo.
Independent Television News reports on the ongoing use of violent rape as a weapon of war in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Gwen Ifill talks with two experts familiar with the sexual violence that has occurred in the Democratic Republic of Congo over the past decade.
In other news Monday, attacks across Afghanistan killed five NATO soldiers, two of whom were Americans. In attacks on Sunday, four U.S. soldiers were killed.
In other news Tuesday, President Barack Obama told health insurance companies not to use the health care overhaul as an opportunity to raise rates, and the administration unveiled a new plan to combat homelessness.
By Larisa Epatko
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton toured a refugee camp Tuesday in the Democratic Republic of Congo's restive eastern region, and said more must be done to protect civilians from the violence, particularly sexual crimes.
Playwright Lynn Nottage talks to Jeffrey Brown about her Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, "Ruined," set during Congo's civil war.
By Arts Desk
It's set in a small bar in the Congo, but Lynn Nottage's recent Pulitzer Prize-winning play, 'Ruined,' tells an epic story about the ravages of war, especially its impact on women.
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