Warning: graphic video. A CBS News crew witnessed South African police gunning down children in a 1985 report from South Africa. The report sparked international condemnation against the apartheid regime and heightened sanctions against the South African government. The members of the CBS News crew recall the story that revealed the brutality of apartheid and caused them to be kicked out of the country.
South Africa is preparing for one of the largest global gatherings in recent history, with more than 50 heads of state expected to attend the state memorial for Nelson Mandela. Some worry the massive show of affection by world leaders and citizens might be more than the country's resources can bear. Bill Whitaker reports.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered in the biggest show of strength yet denouncing its government's decision not to sign a trade deal with the European Union, and instead strengthening ties with Russia. A rift is growing within the country between those who seek closer ties with Russia in Ukraine, and those who want Ukraine to become closer to the E.U. Charlie D'Agata reports.
U.N inspectors visited a heavy water production plant in Iran. The inspection is part of the nuclear agreement with the U.S. in exchange for easing economic sanctions. Iran's president is walking a fine line between supporters of the plan and hardliners who accuse him of selling out. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel made an unannounced trip to Afghanistan to meet with Afghan leaders and U.S. troops. The visit comes amid tensions over a demand by Afghan president Hamid Karzai that the U.S. restrict soldiers from entering Afghan homes, something the U.S. will not agree to. Margaret Brennan reports.