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By PBS NewsHour
In other news Friday, major new protests were held across much of the Middle East, including Egypt, Iraq and the Arabian Peninsula. Iraq's government even imposed a vehicle ban, trying to limit turnout. Also, several thousand people protested in Turkey…
Jeffrey Brown talks to Margaret Warner about her reporting trip to Yemen and security concerns from off-shoots of al-Qaida taking root in the country.
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.
As part of a series of reports from Yemen, Margaret Warner reports on the country's anti-terrorism units on the Arabian Peninsula and the impact of military aid from the U.S. to the impoverished country in the fight against al-Qaida.
In the first part of a series of reports from Yemen, Margaret Warner explores the country's complex security concerns and why the nation has become an effective home base for the newest threats from al-Qaida.
As growing al-Qaida activity in Yemen gives rise to increasing U.S. security concerns, Ray Suarez talks to correspondent Margaret Warner about her ongoing reporting trip in the Arabian Peninsula.
Jeffrey Brown speaks with terrorism experts about the potential threats coming out of Yemen.
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