A healthier Fidel Casto recently granted an audience with an American journalist and Latin America scholar, revealing his concerns with Cuba's economic system.
Margaret Warner speaks with Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic magazine and Latin America analyst Julia Sweig, who met with Cuba's former leader Fidel Castro in Havana and discussed the shortcomings of the island nation's economic system.
Allegations of corruption in the Afghan banking system are causing fury and concern among citizens who fear their money isn't safe. Margaret Warner talks to Washington Post correspondent Rajiv Chandrasekaran for more.
BP issued a new internal report blaming the largest offshore oil spill in history on a series of human and mechanical failures. Judy Woodruff talks to Steven Mufson of the Washington Post about the report.
Shortages of food and water are still prominent in flooded areas of Pakistan, however more aid arrived from neighboring countries. An aid plane landed in Punjab from China, and Pakistan accepted $5 million aid offer India.
Author Matt Ridley says life is getting better and better despite the recession. Paul Solman reports on Ridley's optimism as part of his ongoing reporting on Making Sense of financial news.
Disease is beginning to spread around refugee camps in flooded Pakistan as rain continues to pour. Jeffrey Brown talks to Michael Young of the International Rescue Committee on the risk of waterborne illness and what measures are being taken to…
Pakistani flood victims protested along a main highway in the southern part of the country for more aid as disease began to spread among refugees in makeshift camps. Special correspondent Saima Moshin reports from Pakistan.
As part of his ongoing reports on Making Sense of financial news, business and economics correspondent Paul Solman examines the pros and cons of a massive infusion of Chinese capital into Greece.
In Greece, where a popular toast is drinking "to health and cash flow," one food writer sees parallels in between the country's crushing economic problems and its departure from its simple, humble culinary roots. Paul Solman reports.
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