For only the second time in Egypt's history, voters will go to the polls next month and find more than one candidate on the ballot. But one year after the unprecedented revolution that pushed Hosni Mubarak from office, how has Egypt changed? The 13 presidential candidates include politicians associated with the old regime, Islamists and independents, but 10 other candidates were disqualified by the election commission. Guest host Sara Terry looks at what role last year's revolutionary spirit will play a part in the elections. Also, the economic recovery slows in the first quarter, and tackling poachers in Central Africa. How one animal rights activist has helped turn the tide against the illegal trade in wildlife.
Banner image: A supporter of Mohammed Morsi (poster), Egyptian head of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party and presidential candidate, chants slogans at a campaign rally in Zagazig city, 90 kms (56 miles) northeast of Cairo, on April 23, 2012. Photo by Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images