As Haiti confronts a disastrous earthquake -- which ravaged much of Port-au-Prince -- the country's history, politics and culture are coming to a new light, and may help shape how the country emerges from its latest trial.
Thousands defied a government ban to turn out in Tehran's streets protesting Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's declaration of victory following Friday's presidential election. ITN's Bill Neely reports from Tehran.
Thirty years after the Islamic revolution in Iran, the country remains a complicated nation torn between its tradition and its future. NPR's Steve Inskeep discusses what he found on a reporting trip to the country.
Political and religious leaders in Iran are dealing with vast changes in the country's society since the revolution 30 years ago, including President Obama's suggestion for dialogue. Lindsey Hilsum, of Independent Television News, reports.
Prolific author Simon Winchester discusses his latest book, "The Man Who Loved China," which chronicles the adventures of scientist Joseph Needham in the Asian nation.
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