A Russian appeals court Friday upheld a ruling to close TV6, the country's last national television station not under government control.
Kwame Holman reports on the war in Afghanistan.
President Bush Thursday warned Iran not to meddle with the new Afghan government or help al-Qaida operatives fleeing Afghanistan. Meanwhile, a group of U.S. soldiers arrived in the Philippines to train local forces in combating terrorism there.
Terrence Smith discusses the situation with Robert Pelletreau, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs during the Clinton administration; Kahlil Jahshan, vice president of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee; and David Makovsky, former executive editor of The Jerusalem Post.
Terence Smith begins with a background report on the Israeli interception of a ship loaded with weapons in the Red Sea.
Kwame Holman has the latest from the war in Afghanistan.
Should TV networks be allowed to broadcast the trial of alleged Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui?…
As the U.S. military bombing campaign in Afghanistan entered its fourth month, allied planes continued to target suspected terrorist camps in the eastern part of the country.
Aviation experts consider how a Tampa teenager managed to crash a small plane into a building, and its implications for post-Sept. 11 aviation rules.
Terence Smith discusses the plane crash and death of 15-year-old Charles Bishop in Tampa, Florida with Vickie Chachere, Tampa correspondent for the Associated Press.
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