Negotiations led by the U.N. Security Council to determine the future of Kosovo ended in a deadlock Wednesday, with Western diplomats saying talks would continue in European capitals over the fate of the U.N. administered province.
The United States announced Thursday a new set of economic sanctions against Iran targeted to impact the country's military and halt Tehran's disputed nuclear program. A State Department official and a U.S. senator offer perspectives on the U.S. policy course…
The ruling party in Turkey won parliamentary elections by a wide margin. A former State Department official and a Euro-Asian expert discuss what the election means for Turkey and the United States.
Conservative Nicolas Sarkozy won France's presidential run-off election Sunday, and he has vowed to mend frayed relations with the United States. Margaret Warner reports from France on the impacts of his win.
Ethiopian and Somali leaders are calling for international peacekeepers to help stabilize Somalia. Meanwhile, Kenya bolstered border security to keep fleeing Islamists from entering the country. Experts discuss what comes next for Somalia and the region.
By PBS NewsHour
Pope Benedict XVI made his first trip to a Muslim country as pontiff Tuesday when he visited Turkey, where he urged religious leaders to reject all acts of violence in the name of faith.
Senior correspondent Margaret Warner, who has been ordered to leave Iran where she was reporting for the NewsHour, talks about the mood now that President Ahmadinejad has rejected U.N. demands to stop processing uranium.
An expert discusses the failure of global free trade talks, known as the Doha round, and assesses what countries may do from here.
Amid growing criticism from several countries over the treatment of prisoners of war, President Bush, following a one-day U.S.-EU summit in Vienna, said he hoped "to end Guantanamo." European policy experts discuss the reasons behind lagging U.S. popularity in Europe.
European antitrust regulators imposed a record $613 million fine on Microsoft Wednesday and ordered the software giant to offer two versions of its Windows operating system in Europe.
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