Syria saw some of its largest protests yet Friday in an anti-government movement that has gripped the country since March. Hundreds of thousands took to the streets in various cities and at least 12 people reportedly were killed in clashes…
In extended interviews with the NewsHour's Spencer Michels, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone discusses the social media service's global impact on humanity and breaking news, and the "young" company's business model and why he says they're not for sale.
Fighting intensified Friday around the Middle East as governments tried to overpower uprisings around the region. Jeffrey Brown discusses what's next for the people and governments of Syria, Yemen and Bahrain with author and foreign policy analyst Robin Wright.
Fighting intensified Friday around the Middle East as governments tried to overpower popular uprisings around the region. Jeffrey Brown reports on the continuing turmoil in the Arab world.
By Margaret Warner
Bahrain may have lifted its emergency rule, but the opposition still feels the effects of the government crackdown.
Margaret Warner discusses the government's crackdowns with Mansoor al-Jamri.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Jeffrey Feltman discusses U.S.-Bahrain relations.
The Persian Gulf nation of Bahrain, which is home to the U.S. Fifth Fleet, is still under a state of emergency as the government has cracked down on protests. Margaret Warner interviews Foreign Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa about…
After government crackdowns in Bahrain crushed the Arab spring uprising, divisions between Shia and Sunni Muslims have widened. Margaret Warner reports from Bahrain on the feelings of unease in the wealthy Persian Gulf nation.
Ray Suarez gets an update form Margaret Warner, who is reporting in the Bahraini capital, Manama.
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