New violence has erupted in Kashmir, where a crackdown on protests against Indian rule has intensified in recent months. It is the latest in decades of unrest in this territory, where power is divided between India and Pakistan but there…
Margaret Warner talks to U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice about the ethnic tension in Sudan ahead of an important referendum on whether the oil-rich South should secede.
The French government's decision to deport Roma immigrants back to Romania and Bulgaria has rankled some of France's European neighbors. Ben Barnier of Global Post reports on the controversial decision.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair talks to Margaret Warner about the resumption of Mideast peace talks in Egypt Tuesday, saying that if current leaders cannot succeed, an agreement may not be possible.
A New York-based entrepreneur has found a way to work with Palestinians and Israelis for both peace and profit. Special correspondent Fred De Sam Lazaro reports.
Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from Jordan on the day-to-day difficulties of Iraqi refugees. Some refugees have fled from their homeland to avoid the conflict in Iraq and will probably never return home.
The drug war in Mexico continues to escalate and its targets are ever-expanding. Judy Woodruff talks to Angela Kocherga, the Mexico Bureau Chief of Belo Television for more on Mexico's drug troubles.
By PBS NewsHour
In the deadliest show of force against Palestinian targets in decades, Israeli aircraft pounded the Gaza Strip Monday for a third day, targeting militant leaders and key symbols of the militant group Hamas.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
After months of being dogged by corruption scandals and calls for his resignation, Israeli President Ehud Olmert's decision to step down in September has stirred political uncertainty in Israel and plunged the stalled peace talks into confusion.
A Palestinian driving a 20-ton construction vehicle attacked cars, buses and pedestrians on Jerusalem's main Jaffa Road on Wednesday, killing at least three, wounding 45 and causing panic on the busy downtown street.
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