Jeffrey Brown talks to Graeme Bannerman of the Middle East Institute and Tom Malinowski of Human Rights Watch about how the United States should proceed in light of the unrest in Egypt and whether the anti-government sentiment cropping up in…
The announcement of a Hezbollah-backed prime minister sparked protests across Lebanon. Margaret Warner takes a closer look at the prospects for political compromise with Mark Perry, an author and foreign policy analyst, and Andrew Tabler of the Washington Institute for…
The announcement of a Hezbollah-backed prime minister touched off protests in Lebanon, which has experienced political turmoil after its unity government collapsed.
The debate on whether to build a mosque near Ground Zero has become a touchy subject for many and raised questions over U.S. views on Islam. Gwen Ifill gets three perspectives from the Rev. Welton Gaddy of The Interfaith Alliance,…
A bomb planted at a bus stop killed one person and wounded nine others in Bangkok Sunday, as voting for a closely-watched election closed.
Opposition demonstrators were met with riot police and tear gas Thursday in Tehran. Lindsey Hilsum from Independent Television News reports.
Hundreds of Iranian opposition supporters gathered Thursday to mourn slain demonstrator Neda Agha Soltan. Police reportedly used tear gas to break up the crowd. A Los Angeles Times reporter discusses the latest developments.
Gwen Ifill reports on the ongoing political standoff in Honduras, where protests continued following the ouster of President Manuel Zelaya, who made an unsuccessful attempt to return Sunday.
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The Chinese government will set aside three protest zones in city parks during the Olympic Games, Chinese officials said Wednesday.
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