World

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

  • July 8, 2005  

    Correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro of Twin Cities Public Television reports on continuing efforts by the International Commission on Missing Persons to identify bodies found in mass graves in Srebrenica on the 10th anniversary of the Bosnian massacre. Continue reading

  • July 8, 2005  

    The death toll from Thursday’s London bus and underground rail system bombings rose to at least 50 as police continued with the investigation and recovery efforts. Simon Israel of Independent Television News reports from London. Continue reading

  • July 8, 2005  

    Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the political impact of the London bombings, the controversy surrounding presidential advisor Karl Rove and rumors of a second, or third, Supreme Court vacancy. Continue reading

  • July 8, 2005  

    Two security analysts examine the al-Qaida presence in Europe and the threat of further terrorism in the continent since the London bombing attacks. Continue reading

  • July 7, 2005   BY Admin 

    London was hit by an apparently coordinated terrorist attack on its transportation system during the morning rush hour Thursday. Continue reading

  • July 7, 2005  

    Time magazine reporter Vivienne Walt, who was on London’s subway system when four bombs went off Thursday morning, talks about the latest developments in the recovery effort and investigation into the bombings. Continue reading

  • July 7, 2005  

    Four nearly simultaneous explosions rocked London’s subway system and a double-decker bus during the morning rush hour Thursday. James Mates of Independent Television News reports from London. Continue reading

  • July 7, 2005  

    Al-Qaida in Iraq said Thursday on a Web site that it had killed Ihab al-Sherif, the top Egyptian diplomat in Iraq, who had been abducted days earlier. Two experts talk about the ambassador’s murder and its impact. Continue reading

  • July 7, 2005  

    A group calling itself the al-Qaida Organization in Europe claimed responsibility for the deadly train and bus attacks in London. A discussion with security experts about who might be behind the bombings and why it’s important to know who orchestrated the attacks. Continue reading

  • July 7, 2005  

    After the London train and bus attacks, the Bush administration raised the terror alert to “orange,” or high risk, for all U.S. mass transit systems, which now face major tests to protect their riders. Transportation experts assess the current mass transit system situation and the problems they face to protect the public. Continue reading