November 3, 2009
Posted: 1750 GMT
We are live with Senior International Correpondent Nic Robertson for a report on accused war criminal Radovan Karadciz in the Hague.
There was some courtroom drama and reaction from around the world on his apperance today. We will also ask what we know about the last "big catch" from the Bosnian war, Ratko Mladic, who is still on the run.
Also today, we take you live to Washington, DC for a report on German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to the White House and her address to a joint session of Congress.
Plus, the Czech Republic has ratified the "Lisbon Treaty," paving the way for a revamping of the power structure within the European Unon. Phil Black is in Prague.
Then, we are live in Kabul. Sara Sidner will tell us about President Hamid Karzai's promise to fight corruption and form a representative government. Do Afghans believe him? And how will this affect President Obama's decision on troop levels?
It's not a great day on Wall Street. We will tell you what has investors spooked this time.
And the rest of the day's top stories, as always.
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