- Making News: New Interim Prime Minister in Haiti
In Haiti today, an interim prime minister was named to organize elections and build a new government. G-rard Latortue joins interim President Boniface Alexandre in trying to shape a new future for a country torn apart by a month-long insurgency that drove former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide from power. Lydia Polgreen is in Port-au-Prince where she's following the story for the New York Times.
- Reporter's Notebook: Greece May Ask NATO for Help with Olympics' Security
With the Olympics just a few months away, Greek voters this week gave a big win to Greece-s Conservative Party, sweeping out the socialists who-d been in power for a decade. Bruce Clark, Europe correspondent for the Economist magazine, looks at Costas Karamanlis' new government and its upcoming challenges, which run the gamut from security at the Olympic Games to the reunification of Cyprus.
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