Today's news agenda: the pope, Uighurs, Somalia, and young entrepreneurs
This is what our reporters and editors are working on for posting today:
• The pope visits Jersulem's Al Aqsa mosque, third-holiest shrine in Islam, where met the grand mufti in a bid to improve Christian-Muslim relations. Ilene Prusher is finding that few are satisfied so far.
• Scott Baldauf is watching Somalia from Nairobi and sees the radical Islamist militia Al Shabab encircling the fragile moderate Islamist government in Mogadishu. Fighting has displaced tens of thousands.
• Ritt Goldstein in Sweden has newly released documents from the Swedish government revealing the intense behind-the-scenes pressure from China to prevent Sweden
from accepting a Chinese Uighur released from Guantanamo. Experts say the same powerplay is likely underway as Washington tries to convince Germany and Canada to take released Uighurs.