Delayed Haiti Election Marred by Violence

Haitians have voted in long-delayed parliamentary elections amid violence and delays. We speak to Brian Concannon from the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti.

Haitians have voted in long-delayed parliamentary elections amid violence and delays. We speak to Brian Concannon from the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti about the concerns and future prospects for the country. Japan restarts its nuclear reactors after they were shuttered in the wake of the disaster at the Fukushima power plant in March 2011. Professor Malcolm Grimston is an independent nuclear expert at Imperial College in London and tells us about Japan's energy problems. (Photo Credit: Hector Retamal/Getty Images)

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