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

  • May 19, 2003  

    As investigators in Morocco and Saudi Arabia continue looking for those responsible for last week’s bombings and for evidence of al-Qaida’s involvement, experts discuss the terrorist network’s potential strategy and strength. Continue reading

  • May 16, 2003  

    Saudi Arabia pledged to “do whatever it takes” to combat terrorism following Monday’s suicide bombings in Riyadh that killed 34 people. Continue reading

  • May 16, 2003  

    Saudi Arabia pledged to “do whatever it takes” to combat al-Qaida following Monday’s suicide bombings in Riyadh. Experts assess Saudi Arabia’s response to terrorism. Continue reading

  • May 16, 2003  

    Chicago and Seattle have been testing the readiness of top officials and first responders through mock terrorist attacks this week. Elizabeth Brackett of WTTW Chicago reports on the lessons learned during these trials. Continue reading

  • May 13, 2003  

    After a report on one of the biggest attacks on American interests since September 11th, Terence Smith talks with Glenn Kessler of The Washington Post, who is on the ground in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Continue reading

  • May 13, 2003  

    Following Monday’s car bombings in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh, former U.S. Senator Wyche Fowler, Saudi Institute Director Ali Al-Ahmed, and former FBI counterterrorism expert Matthew Levitt discuss the significance of the attack and the likelihood of ties to al-Qaida. Continue reading

  • May 13, 2003  

    As reconstruction efforts continue in Iraq, legal experts discuss the role of democracy and Islam in rebuilding the country’s legal system. Continue reading

  • May 12, 2003  

    Margaret Warner gets details on former diplomat L. Paul Bremer’s appointment as the new U.S. civilian administrator from Patrick Tyler, chief correspondent for the New York Times in Baghdad. Continue reading

  • May 12, 2003  

    With the arrival of L. Paul Bremer in Baghdad to replace retired General Jay Garner as the American civilian administrator for Iraq, experts assess the implications of the management switch and what it could mean for the country’s reconstruction. Continue reading

  • May 9, 2003   BY Admin 

    The United States took its postwar plans for Iraq to the United Nations on Friday, trying to persuade the Security Council to lift sanctions against the battered nation and give U.S. and British administrators control over its oil revenues. Continue reading