Find all of the PBS NewsHour’s international reporting and analysis.

  • October 27, 2003  

    Wildfires continued to rage out of control in parts of Southern California on Monday. Ray Suarez speaks with San Diego Mayor Dick Murphy about the battle against the fires that have already taken 13 lives and destroyed more than 850 homes. Continue reading

  • October 24, 2003  

    After a vigorous U.S. campaign for more economic aid for postwar Iraq, an international donors’ conference in Madrid yields some $13 billion in new aid from the world community on top of more than $20 billion from the United States. A reporter at the conference recaps the outcome of the meetings. Continue reading

  • October 23, 2003  

    President Bush finished his week-long trip to the Far East with a visit to the United States’ closest ally south of the equator, Australia. Experts assess the impact of the trip. Continue reading

  • October 22, 2003   BY Admin 

    U.S. authorities have told The Wall Street Journal they now have credible evidence that Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the alleged mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, personally murdered Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in Pakistan early last year. Continue reading

  • October 21, 2003  

    The Iranian government on Tuesday told a group of European foreign ministers meeting in Tehran that it will suspend uranium enrichment and permit unrestricted inspections of its nuclear facilities as demanded by the U.N. Gwen Ifill discusses Iran’s unexpected cooperation with a nonproliferation expert. Continue reading

  • October 16, 2003   BY Admin 

    The United Nations Security Council unanimously approved a U.S.-drafted resolution Thursday designed to provide more international military and economic aid for the stabilization of postwar Iraq. Continue reading

  • October 16, 2003  

    After weeks of negotiation and debate, the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously Thursday to expand the international presence in postwar Iraq. Two ambassadors analyze the vote’s impact. Continue reading

  • October 14, 2003  

    Security Council members Tuesday grappled with a U.S. draft resolution aimed at increasing support for stabilizing Iraq. The American government is pushing for a quick vote, but has resisted calls for the plan to include a specific date when the U.S. would relinquish its authority in the war-torn country. Continue reading

  • October 7, 2003   BY Admin 

    Ten Southeast Asian countries signed a deal Tuesday to establish a free trade zone — similar to post-World War II Europe — in order to compete with China and other burgeoning regional economic powers. Continue reading

  • October 7, 2003  

    Western regions of the United States continue to cope with the decimation caused by the lack of rain. Ted Robbins of KUAT in Tucson, Ariz., provides an update on the drought. Continue reading