Shinzo Abe takes blame for loss of trust over scandal as polls dive
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, his popularity plunging amid a cronyism scandal, takes responsibility for a loss of trust in his government but denies he or his wife had intervened in a land sale to a school operator with ties to his wife.
Haiti steps up cross-border fight against child trafficking
For the past few weeks, 120 Haitian police officers have been deployed on the bridge over the Massacre river to secure the border crossing between Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Their goal is to put an end to child trafficking, prostitution and slavery. Our correspondent reports on the plight of these children.
Seven years of war: What outcome for Syria?
Seven years and counting. In Syria, the deaths have run in the hundreds of thousands and the displaced in the millions. To this day there is still plenty of bloodshed and new fronts have replaced old ones. Our panel discusses how things have changed, for better and for worse. What can we expect from year eight? But most importantly, we focus on where to look for light at the end of the tunnel.