Europe snow: In many parts of Europe, train services continued to see heavy disruptions, but air traffic was returning to normal in many places.
12/03/2010 09:45 am
When the US had its own human rights record reviewed by the UN, the usual repressive regimes took the opportunity to condemn others while glossing over their own abuses. But history shows that human rights reporting can and does advance the cause of human rights worldwide.
11/16/2010 10:05 am
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Ora Garway runs the tiny newspaper Punch, which despite its modest size has exposed the need for reform in Liberia, a West African country still recovering from a civil war.
09/27/2010 09:38 am
US Energy Secretary Steven Chu discusses his proposals to encourage the peaceful use of nuclear power at this year's International Atomic Energy Agency gathering in Vienna.
09/20/2010 07:35 pm
A Czech woman tells how her village was razed by the Nazis – and how she survived to tell the tale six decades later.
09/14/2010 03:52 pm
Chapter & Verse Interview with China Miéville, author of 2010 Hugo Award-winner "The City & The City"
China Miéville talks about "The City & The City," his sci-fi/fantasy/detective novel which shares the 2010 Hugo Award for best novel.
09/10/2010 06:00 pm
A decade ago tuition reform was introduced to get European students to graduate in under five years. Today debate is hot over how struggling Eurozone countries can keep intact free education for all.
08/27/2010 10:17 am