In our news wrap Monday, the Justice Department has filed suit against the state of North Carolina over alleged racial discrimination in a new state law that scales back early voting and imposes stricter identification requirements. Also, the latest series…
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In other news Monday, Syrian rebels pushed back against government tanks in the town of Rastan as the uprising moved toward open warfare. In Afghanistan, NATO acknowledged an airstrike may have accidentally killed eight boys last week.
A British probe into a string of attempted bombings in London and Glasgow, Scotland, netted eight arrests over the past few days. Experts discuss what British authorities have learned about the terrorist plots.
Police neutralized two car bombs in central London Friday. The NewsHour reports on the incidents and what they mean for England's homeland security.
Despite a concerted effort between Iraqi forces and the expanded U.S. military presence to quell attacks in Baghdad, violence has continued in the Iraqi capital. New York Times reporter Marc Santora details the weekend's car bombings and attacks on U.S.
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani responds to a leaked U.S. intelligence report that says the Iraqi war is increasing the threat of terrorism. He also discusses security in Baghdad and the future of Iraqi politics.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki pleaded for unity after an escalation of attacks over the weekend. Violence continued on Monday as two car bombs exploded in Baghdad's Sadr City neighborhood.
By PBS NewsHour
Afghan officials reported Friday that three top militant fighters were captured during one of the deadliest weeks in Afghanistan that saw more than 100 people killed.
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