In other news Monday, Syria's opposition reported as many as 138 deaths as new protests surfaced against the regime. The Syrian Red Crescent reached the besieged city of Homs and evacuated three people. Also, ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh will…
Dozens of people have been reported killed in Yemen since Sunday as pro-regime forces crack down on protesters demanding President Ali Abdullah Saleh's goverment leave office. Christopher Boucek of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace speaks with Ray Suarez about…
The leaders of Bahrain, Libya, Syria and Yemen are facing challenges to their authority from within -- from flash protests in Bahrain to a large-scale rebellion in Libya -- and their governments are cracking down on the opposition in different…
By Larisa Epatko
Margaret Warner discusses the political upheaval and what's next for Yemenis with guests.
Judy Woodruff talks to Nadia Abdulaziz Al-Sakkaf, editor and publisher of the Yemen Times, about the ongoing protests calling for the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
In what has become a familiar narrative in the Arab world, clashes between Yemeni government troops and protesters demanding the resignation of longtime President Ali Abdullah Saleh have become increasingly violent. Judy Woodruff reports.
Yemen's longtime ruler faces a growing opposition movement.
In a series of reports from Yemen, Margaret Warner talks to the country's president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, about security threats, government corruption and relations with the U.S.
Jeffrey Brown speaks with terrorism experts about the potential threats coming out of Yemen.
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