At a White House news conference Wednesday alongside British Prime Minister David Cameron, President Obama said he didn't foresee "sudden additional changes" to U.S. troop drawdown plans in Afghanistan despite recent incidents stoking anti-American tensions there. Ray Suarez reports on…
Citing security woes amid Syria's escalating crackdown, American and British diplomats have left Damascus. Ray Suarez discusses other countries' diplomatic and military options and the mounting pressure on Assad's regime with the University of Oklahoma's Joshua Landis and Steven Heydemann…
Margaret Warner speaks with Jeffrey Brown from the European Union summit in Brussels, where there's a new emphasis on the need for growth, not just austerity measures, to keep the continent from facing another recession.
In an interview with Jeff Brown, British Foreign Secretary William Hague discusses his country's decision last week to reject an agreement aimed at fixing Europe's debt crisis.
By Larisa Epatko
In an interview with Jeffrey Brown -- airing in full on Monday's NewsHour -- British Foreign Secretary William Hague said the UK will issue further sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program, and that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad should step…
After marathon talks, the European Union moved closer to a deal to solve the debt crisis. Jeffrey Brown discusses what the agreement might mean for Europe with the EU's Deputy Chief of Mission Francois Rivasseau and Dan McCrum of The…
English cities were tense but calm Thursday as police established a forceful presence on the streets where rioters and looters had prevailed days before. Jane Deith of Independent Television News reports on efforts to arrest and process the accused rioters.
Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday denounced the violent riots spreading across Britain, as the number of arrests neared 1,200. Steve Douglas and Lewis Vaughan Jones of International Television News report from Manchester and Birmingham, respectively.
By Larisa Epatko
Authorities in London dispatched 16,000 police Tuesday night in hopes of controlling riots and looting that have continued for three straight nights and spread to other cities in Britain.
By Francine Uenuma
Violence has spread throughout neighborhoods in London for three days, after a peaceful demonstration Aug. 6 over the shooting of a 29-year-old man by police. Rioters have looted stores, burned tires and cars, and clashed with police across Britain's capital.
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