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

  • 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

  • October 7, 2003  

    The Turkish Parliament voted Tuesday to send peacekeeping troops to Iraq. Senior correspondent Gwen Ifill explores the implications in a conversation with regional experts Bulent Aliriza from the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, and Princeton University Professor Heath Lowry. Continue reading

  • October 3, 2003  

    A federal judge barred the U.S. government from seeking the death penalty in its case against Zacarias Moussaoui, the only suspect facing charges directly related to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Jeffrey Brown explores the ramifications of this ruling with New York Times reporter Philip Shenon. Continue reading

  • October 1, 2003   BY Admin 

    As the United Nations took over the peacekeeping mission in Liberia on Wednesday, three civilians died in a confrontation between rebel and loyalist forces in Monrovia. Continue reading

  • October 1, 2003  

    For years, scientists have worked to develop powerful new tools to predict the paths of hurricanes and monitor their likely impact. Betty Ann Bowser reports on the latest technologies meteorologists are using to keep tabs on these devastating storms and what new tools are being developed. Continue reading